Editor's Note: As the China-US game escalates, the US has ganged up to contain China, and ASEAN countries have not followed, so why do these allies refuse the US? In the evening of August 3, Shenzhen TV's "Hot Spot Debate" in depth analyzed this problem and connected to Wang Wen, the executive dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China (RDCY). Dr. Wang described the international online meeting entitled “A New Cold War against China is against the interests of humanity” on July 25 and said that the current U.S. tactics against China are not new at all, reflecting the exhaustion of U.S. skills in the great power competition. And China should retain its basic strategic stability and be more confident in its strategy.
The COVID-19 epidemic has had a negative impact on global economic development in 2020, and the recovering Chinese economy has also been affected by the uncertain global economic and trade situation. How should China respond to these challenges? And what are the expectations of China's economic development in the second half of 2020? In the psot-epidemic era, what new changes will occur in the world economy? John Ross, senior fellow of RDCY, was interviewed by CCTV and shared his opinions on China's economy.