Global governance, international organizations, regional cooperation and the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) are key subjects of CCG's globalization research. As China's first think tank named and dedicated to globalization, CCG founded the China and Globalization Forum and contributes to international discussions related to globalization. It has organized seminars under themes such as WTO reform, multilateral governance, and the BRI. CCG was the first body to hold a BRI-themed event at the Munich Security Conference, a world-leading conference in the field of international security and governance.
Based on years of research in the field of globalization, CCG has published numerous research reports and books, including Win-Win International Cooperation and Path to Achievement of the Belt and Road, Globalization and Anti-Globalization and What’s Next for Globalization? Great Changes and China’s Proposed Approaches. The Handbook on China and Globalization published by Edward Elgar Publishing is one of the few books published in English by a Chinese think tank with an authoritative international academic publisher. Two of the CCG's initiatives were selected for inclusion in the first Paris Peace Forum, pioneering a new model for Chinese think tanks to fully participate in global governance and international cooperation. In addition, CCG has long-term cooperation with the WTO, UN, OECD, World Bank, IMF and many other international organizations, international think tanks and related institutions.
Laurence Brahm: China’s monetary policy seen in 70-year perspective
I will never forget the day I arrived in China in 1981 in late spring. On that first moment on a hot spring day, the equation of China's future currency evolution and monetary policy would be spelled out in a single equation of simple events that would occur that afternoon.September 09 , 2019
CCG Releases New Report Advising China to Join TPP
The Center for China and Globalization released a new report on Feb. 9 that advised China to join TPP as a key economic and diplomatic strategy as the United States entered the era of Donald Trump administration.May 27 , 2019
Should China embrace CPTPP?
On December 30, 2018, the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Transpacific Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) entered into force.January 14 , 2019
【China-US Focus】Wang Huiyao: A Transpacific Window of Opportunity
Despite these dark clouds, the year ended with new promise for free trade. On December 30, a sweeping new high-standard trade accord came into effect that will cover 500 million people and some $10 trillion of global GDP. The 11-member CPTPP (Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership) starts with Australia, Canada, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, and Vietnam. They will be joined by Brunei, Chile, Malaysia, and Peru once they ratify the deal.January 10 , 2019
Miao Lu: Beyond Doha, Building trust and connectivity
2018 was a year of ups and downs in the international arena. However, after my recent trip to the Middle East to participate in the 18th Doha Forum, I welcome the new year with renewed optimism. Sharing ideas with people from around the world brought home the power of dialogue and deeper connectivity to overcome our differences.January 07 , 2019