Reevaluating United States policy toward international maritime law to protect long-term national interests
Posts Tagged ‘ China ’
Protests in China during the last twenty years have focused on local grievances, such as land and labor issues, and are targeted against local governments, not necessarily the central party
A 2012 report from the International Monetary Fund explains the conditions for and progress toward the internationalization of the Chinese renminbi (RMB).
Have mobile phones been effective in narrowing China’s digital divide?
A recent survey by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs provides an opportunity to evaluate America’s new vision of U.S. global leadership.
A new report from the International Monetary Fund explores the future of the Chinese trade surplus.
Researchers investigate the who, what, and why of digital censorship in China
The new Global Cities Index and Emerging Cities Outlook report looks at the international powerhouses of tomorrow
Markets for Rare Earth Metals have become increasingly volatile. Six economists project future supply and demand trends.
The cities of the developing world are taking off. The cities of the Global North ought to get on board, or risk being left behind.