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On Trump’s inauguration

Monday,Feb 06, 2017

From: CGTN

On January 20, Billionaire businessman Donald Trump took the oath of office as the 45th President of America at the US Capitol. Will he make the US great again? And what influences on Sino-U.S. relations by his Presidency?

World Insight Studio make a discussion on the Trump’s inauguration, Dr. Wang Huiyao, the President of the Center for China and Globalization (CCG) , Tom McGergor, the Geopolitical Analyst, David Woodard, Political Professor from Glemson University and Parag Khanna, global strategist from Naitonal Univeristy of Singapore, to sharing their opinions.

From CNTN, January 2017

 

  • Trade beats a quarrel

    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang says it is not in anyone’s interests for a trade war to break out between China and the United States.

  • China seeks independent thinkers amid policymaking challenges

    Dongguan Talent Institute submitted a report early last year to local officials that showed the region’s nascent robotics industry was craving new talent. Months later, measures were unveiled to attract top brains, including payments of 6,000 yuan (HK$7,000) for graduates and up to 20,000 yuan for doctoral students.

  • Internationalizing education

    “The new policy will undoubtedly eliminate obstacles for international students studying in China and reduce the loss of foreign talent,” Wang Huiyao, director of Center for China and Globalization(CCG), told China News Service, which reported that, based on UN and other census statistics, China’s expat population is only about 0.04 percent.

  • 【CGTN Dialogue】Is China going to join TPP?

    After Trump pulled the US out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which took years of negotiations, many countries – such as Australia and New Zealand – are encouraging China to consider to join it in order to avoid its collapse, eventually replacing the US as head of the deal.

  • Wang huiyao: Historic move to streamline departments

    According to the draft proposal that the State Council, China’s Cabinet, submitted to the ongoing first session of the 13th National People’s Congress on March 13, the establishment of a specific administrative body for immigration affairs is of great significance for the Chinese people as well as foreigners planning to migrate to China in the near future.