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Seven Chinese think tanks are include among the world’s top-rated annual think tank report

Monday,Feb 05, 2018

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New analysis shows seven Chinese think tanks are now included among the world’s top-rated through 2017. Among them are China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations,Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Center for China and Globalization etc.So what are the major parameters in the annual think tank report?

For more on this, CRI’s Suyi joined in the studio by Mr. Wang Xin, vice president of the Center for China and Globalization;on the line we have Dr. Li Ling, associate professor at the Center for Think Tank Studies with the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences;Dr. James McGann, director of the Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program (TTCSP) at the University of Pennsylvania

 

FROM CRI,2018-2-2

  • He Weiwen: China and the US Should Collaborate for Global Trade

    The G20 Hangzhou Summit adopted the landmark Global Trade Growth Strategy and its action plan, making free trade and investment a strong engine and, together with innovation and structural reforms, to bring the enervated global economy back to a path of strong, sustainable and balanced growth.

  • Roundtable held to discuss the reform of WTO

    On August 23, CCG held a roundtable Dialogue on WTO Modernization in Beijing with leading Swiss think tank Center for International Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD) to discuss emerging and existing issues relative to WTO and with major focus on Trade war between the world two biggest economies.

  • Li: Nation is open-minded on free trade agreements

    China takes an open attitude toward regional free trade arrangements that concern it and where the conditions are in place, Premier Li Keqiang said on Wednesday.

  • He Weiwen: WTO Rules Based Talks the Only Solution to China-U.S. Trade Tensions

    The upcoming trade consultation is a step in the right direction. However, it must be based on WTO rules, and within WTO framework, not the Section 301 investigation and tariffs.

  • China expected to take larger role in global governance

    China’s provision of public goods to the world is expected to be strengthened, a recent report predicted. It is also expected that China will take a more active role in the global governance process, especially given the current climate of de-globalization.