CCG Report | The Ukraine Crisis Isn’t the End of Globalization
The outbreak of the Ukraine crisis has had a dramatic and far-reaching influence on economies, trade and investment around the world. The limited nature of Russia and Ukraine in the global economy, trade volumes and participation in globalization means that the economic impact of the current crisis on global investment, trade and global value chains is relatively small.June 05 , 2022
Can Europe Help Prevent a Bi-polar World?
At a regional level, we look at how the European Union is addressing the process of bifurcation. Its role will be examined as a series of both reactive and proactive responses to the challenges of pending bi-polarity. The first part of the paper sets out briefly these assumptions. The second half of the paper looks at them through European lenses. It sets both the challenges for Europe and the tasks that face Europe in mitigating them.August 04 , 2022
CCG Held Francophonie Ambassadors’ Roundtable
On November 14, 2022, the Center for China and Globalization (CCG) held the Francophonie Ambassadors’ Roundtable Symposium “La Francophonie and China: Digital Development and Cooperation for a More Sustainable World” at its headquarters in Beijing.November 14 , 2022