Biden Wins the 2020 US Election under the Pandemic: the New Trend of Sino-US Relations during the "14th Five-Year Plan" Period and Its Economic Impact and Response
When：Nov 9 20:00(Beijing time, UTC+8)
Ms. Liu Ying, Research Fellow and Director of Cooperative Research Department of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies of Renmin University of China, Graduated from Tsinghua University, First Batch of PPP Experts of the Ministry of Finance of China, Director of the China Public Relations Association, Initiator of the China Gold Market Innovation Association. Her main research fields are macroeconomics and monetary finance. She participated in the writing and publishing of books such as Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, Monetary Sovereignty, BRICS, The Time of Great Finance, RMB Internationalization , and published about three hundred articles in People's Daily (Theoretical Edition) , Economic Daily (Theoretical Edition) , Guangming Daily (Theoretical Edition), Financial Times (Theoretical Edition), Theoretical Journal, China Finance, Futures and Financial Derivatives, International Economic Cooperation, Finance, Frontline and etc.
1. The new trend of Sino-US relations after the US election
2. New Sino-US game after Biden came to power during the pandemic
3. The new pattern of world economic development under the dual circulation
4. China's new challenges and responses during the 14th Five-Year Plan.
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On October 15, the 45th Chongyang Forum, which was sponsored by the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China (RDCY) and China-US People-to-people Exchange Research Center, RUC, invited John J. Mearsheimer, the founder of the "Offensive Realism" and R. Wendell Harrison Distinguished Service Professor in Political Science at the University of Chicago to dialogue with Wu Xiaoqiu, Vice President of Renmin University of China and First Class Professor (Finance) about Will the US and China be falling into “the tragedy of great power politics”. The dialogue was moderated by Wang Wen, Executive Dean of RDCY. In "A dialogue between John J. Mearsheimer and Wu Xiaoqiu", more than 600 guests attend.