Paul Haenle: Amid Coronavirus Pandemic. China Seeks Larger Role on World Stage - 16th Apr

China’s drastic measures helped contain the coronavirus outbreak, which continues to spread rapidly across the United States. Beijing has seized the moment to expand its global leadership and advertise its governance model.

Parag Khanna – After coronavirus: Six predictions for a new world order - 15th Apr

In chaos theory, the butterfly effect describes a small change that can have massive, unpredictable consequences. An insect flaps its wings and, weeks later, causes a tornado. The coronavirus is more like an earthquake, with aftershocks that will permanently reshape … Continued

Parag Khanna: The World Post-COVID-19 - 9th Apr

Dr. Parag Khanna joined Australia’s former trade minister Steven Ciobo and Portland Communications director for Asia Jonathan McClory to assess the global economic response to the Covid-19 pandemic and which economic sectors could experience a lift as social behaviors shift. … Continued

Yukon Huang: China’s Economic Growth Now Depends on the West - 27th Mar

China’s leadership expected that economic growth in 2020 would be a celebratory event, marking a doubling of the economy’s size over the past decade. The new coronavirus, however, has obliterated those forecasts. Beijing’s draconian measures brought the epidemic under control … Continued

U.S.-China Cooperation on Coronavirus Hampered by Propaganda War - 25th Mar

The United States and China worked together to combat the SARS and H5N1 outbreaks, but the new coronavirus has been met with finger-pointing and recrimination. To read the complete article, click here.

The Trump presidency is not over yet - 23rd Mar

So much discussion how Trump will not be re-elected given the crashing stock market, a rising unemployment rate and his refusal to take action to mitigate Covid-19’s impact in the US when there was time. He may be down, and … Continued

Amb. Max Baucus addresses Covid-19 - 23rd Mar

—All crises by their nature are unpredictable.  Not anticipated means not prepared for. —2008 fin crises same.  No one saw it coming. It devastated our economy.  We hadn’t prepared for it. So, we had to find a new solution. It … Continued

Steve Okun: Commentary: Imagine holding the US elections during a COVID-19 outbreak - 13th Mar

Speaker Steve Okun, Founder and CEO of APAC Advisors, talks about the possible impact of Covid-19 on the upcoming US Elections. With COVID-19 now having a major impact on government, politics and economics in the US, Thurgood Marshall Jr and … Continued

Paul Haenle: What the Coronavirus Means for China’s Foreign Policy - 13th Mar

Speaker Paul Haenle, Maurice R. Greenberg Director’s Chair at the Carnegie–Tsinghua Center based at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China talks about Covid-19’s impact on US-China Relations. To read the complete article, click here.

Steve Okun: US presidential elections will be “fought over very narrow ground” - 21st Jan

Steve Okun from McLarty Associates discusses how U.S. President Donald Trump’s Senate impeachment trial will affect the outcome of the upcoming presidential elections. On CNBC today, Speaker Steve Okun provided his analysis on why the impeachment trial won’t result in … Continued

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