In this series of essays and speeches, Dr. Wang Wen explores some of the most important and challenging issues facing China today, including how it will cope with the mantle of being the largest economy, what it hopes to achieve with the Belt and Road initiative,
This book is an overview of the broad G20 agenda, emphasizing the Chinese presidency’s contribution to this agenda. The book includes an analysis of G20 official documents, provides context to the G20 agenda and, in some instances, uses literature to shed light on ongoing debates in the international community.
China: A 5,000-Year Odyssey is written by a Tan Chung who conducted a research on Chinese civilization for over half a century. The book credits the two great rivers, the Yangtze and Huanghe, for marking the contours of China on our globe, creating a Common Geographical Entity.
Based on extensive authentic data and research, this book consists of seven chapters, analyzes economic layouts and potentials of BRICS countries and their respective advantages and positions in finance, trade and investment in the previous and new rounds of globalization.It is rich in content and has high referential and research value.
The Belt and Road Series includes a total of seven books which were selected for their concise interpretations of the Belt and Road Initiative. The first, The Ancient Silk Road: Discovery and Fusion, focuses on historical development and cultural exchanges along the ancient land and maritime Silk Roads. The second, The Belt and Road Initiative: China’s Light Shines Again on the Road West, focuses on interpretations of the Initiative’s connotations and bigger picture. The third, Policy Coordinati
The book focused on a modern-day revival of China’s famed Silk Road, called the Belt and Road Initiative. This is a far-reaching concept of connectivity and cooperation among countries along the original Silk Road through Central Asia, West Asia, the Middle East, and Europe. Based on extensive research, the book evaluates key trading cities and selects the Belt and Road pivot cities, or epicenters of international trade. It also suggests government actions to propel the initiative and offers dir