Chinese and US leaders are about to meet at the G20 to try and resolve the damaging trade war. At this critical moment, on June 27, the Center for China and Globalization (CCG) released the latest in a series of reports on the China-US trade war, entitled Prospects for China-US Trade: Seeking a rational resolution via the “Argentina Consensus”. Based on analysis of China-US economic relations and the impact of the trade war, the report offers concrete solutions to find a way out of the dispute.
The 55th Munich Security Conference (MSC) kicked off on Feb. 15 in Munich, Germany. The three-day event brought together a record number of over 400 senior figures from all over the world, including nearly 40 heads of state and 100 ministerial-level officials, for high-level discussions on a wide range of issues key to international situation. CCG, as the only non-governmental partner of the 2019 MSC from China, has been extensively involved in various speaking and exchange activities and become the first 1st Chinese organization to hold an event at MSC.
Over the past 30 thirty years there has been a shift occurring in Asia and it is impacting the whole world. The rise of Asian economies and strengthening of bonds within the continent and between Asia and its continental neighbors has led many observers to declare the 21st century, the Asian Century.
On January 10, 2019, CCG and Ctrip (Ctrip) jointly released the 3rd edition of the series reports on outbound tourism and China’s globalization, focusing on "Reforming China’s Visa Policy to Reduce Tourism Deficit”.
On the 14th of January, 2019, Professor Kent E. Calder, Vice Dean and Director of the Edwin O. Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies at School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, delivered a speech on the topic of “Japan, China, and the United States in Today’s World: Issues and Prospects for Cooperation” at the Center for China and Globalization (CCG) Beijing headquarters.
The 2019 High-level Seminar on World-Leading Think Tanks took place on May 29th in Beijing, convening experts from leading Chinese and international think tanks. Hosted by Center for China and Globalization (CCG), University of Pennsylvania’s Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program (TTSCP) and the Penn Wharton China Center (PWCC), this seminar facilitated intellectual and experiential exchange and provided a platform to share observations on the innovative development of Chinese think tanks.