This book presents a comprehensive discussion on the origin and functions, agenda-setting role, mechanism construction and main missions of the G20, as well as the global realities the current G20 system faces. Reflecting on the historical backdrop and basic concept of global economic governance, it explores and deliberates on the topics of the G20 global governance operations and relations between the G20 and China in 2016.
For the purpose of exploring a more effective financial structure to avoid financial crisis, the "Great Finance, Great Cooperation, Great Governance International Think Tank Conference" was held from Aug 21st-22nd by Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin Univerisity. Experts discussed about approaches to realizing steady economic development. This book includes great work and communiqué of this conference.
This book consists of 400 thousand words, and it has Chinese and English versions. G20 experts from World Bank, IMF, and UN discussed global governance and economic growth in this book, and eventually came out with a full G20 Think Tank Report, focusing on reshaping the global financial governance: the challenges that the G20 Faces and Its Responses, which is also the first G20 Study Report in the history.
All land mass along the "Silk Road" gave birth to classical civilization, and it also played as the artery of the Eurasia`s economy. In “Belt and Road” initiatives, the emerging role of Atlantic will influence and transform the 21st century as well as the world for ever. This book is edited by Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University (RDCY). RDCY held "The Silk Road Economic Belt Construction and Future"conference last year. Representatives from different countries gathered o
This is part 3 of The Pacific Dialogue, between veteran Chinese diplomat Ambassador He Yafei and long-time American scholar on China Professor David Lampton. The dialogue took place on June 25, 2020, and was moderated by China-US Focus Editor-at-Large James Chau. The conversation focuses on the June 17 talks in Honolulu, Hawaii, between U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and China’s top diplomat, Yang Jiechi, the first high-ranking meeting between the two powers in months. He Yafei sees the talks as the beginning of renewed positive momentum, while Professor David Lampton calls for more dialogue across the board between government agencies, businesses and ordinary people.