On Tuesday, CNN published an opinion piece entitled "Why Biden should be careful about courting India's Modi government." It warned the Biden administration to avoid an "all carrots" courtship with India because, "it's not in America's interest to become close partners with countries moving away from shared values." It underlined India's alarming "negative rights trend," but criticized the Biden administration for only making "mild" critiques against the regressive actions of the Modi government.
On the morning of April 14th 2021 , Alenka Suhadolnik, Ambassador of Slovenia to China, had a cordial meeting with Prof. Wang Wen, Executive Dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China (RDCY), at the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in China. The two sides had an in-depth discussion on China-Europe relations, people-to-people exchanges and educational cooperation.
Huawei will invest $1 billion in its auto business this year,with a focus on building components for smart vehicles, including self-driving software platforms. Rotating Chairman Eric Xu said Huawei’s autonomous-driving technology has already surpassed Tesla’s in some spheres, for instance by allowing cars to cruise for more than 1,000 kilometers without human intervention. He added Huawei will partner with three automakers initially to make self-driving cars that carry the Huawei name as a sub-brand. Huawei is piling into an already crowded pool, where automakers from U.S. leading firm Tesla to China's domestic makers Nio, Xpeng and Li Auto are battling for a slice of the world's biggest EV market.
I recently participated in an online discussion in Beijing, and one of the topics was economic recovery after the COVID-19 pandemic. Some experts said that new technologies, such as artificial intelligence, will quickly lead the economic recovery at a different speed from the past. The rise of the Nasdaq Composite Index seems to have confirmed this judgment.
Tensions continue to simmer along the disputed border between India and China after the latest round of talks ended with no sign of progress.
On July 9th 2020, China Public Diplomacy Association, Peking University and Renmin University of China co-hosted "Mutual Respect, Mutual Trust and Cooperation —— The Right Way Forward for China-U.S. Relations" China-US Think Tanks Media Forum. The State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi attended the meeting and delivered the keynote speech. Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China (RDCY) is one of the main organizers of this forum, and recommend this speech and video of Wang Yi firstly. This article is reprinted from the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China.