Commentary

  • For the world to grow, it requires a strong America and a strong China

    Globalization 4.0 —a term coined by this year’s World Economic Forum— holds the promise of a brighter future. However, it also carries a series of challenges, such as the rise of new power structures, the impact of innovative technologies on the labor market, and the severity of global issu...
    Worldfolio  |  February 13 , 2020
  • Wang Huiyao: U.S. and China Should Seek a Truce in Tech Cold War

    By Wang Huiyao | President of the Center for China and Globalization(CCG) It would be easy to dismiss the Trump administration’s campaign against Chinese apps TikTok and WeChat as part of an election strategy to attack China from all angles. The moves, however, as well as China’s counter-respons...
    Bloomberg  |  September 02 , 2020
  • As the West wanes, China and Europe can build a more inclusive world order together

    The West is going through a period of self-reflection and reconsidering what it stands for in the world. That was the most striking takeaway from the annual Munich Security Conference this month, a gathering known as a Davos for foreign-policy makers and diplomats. Wolfgang Ischinger, chairman o...
    SCMP  |  February 26 , 2020
  • Wang Huiyao: A Mediating Power

      Germany’s profile has risen immeasurably in the three decades since unification, becoming the EU’s driving force and an economic and technological Germany’s profile has risen immeasurably in the three decades since unification, becoming the EU’s driving force and an economic and tec...
    securityconference  |  October 07 , 2020
  • Wang Huiyao: China to continue opening up despite COVID-19

      By Wang Huiyao | President of the Center for China and Globalization(CCG) From Bloomberg Opinion The Covid-19 pandemic is intensifying the most destructive trends in global trade. Support for free trade has given way to talk of decoupling and de-globalization. Tensions between the U.S. and...
    Bloomberg  |  June 26 , 2020
  • Wang Huiyao: China’s experience shows coronavirus second wave need not be a disaster

      By Wang Huiyao | President of the Center for China and Globalization(CCG) The good news is Beijing’s experience shows we can tame second waves in a way that minimises disruption through greater preparedness and understanding In the next stretch of the battle against the coronavirus, glob...
    South China Morning Post  |  July 02 , 2020
  • Reform the WTO for a post-coronavirus world

      Reform the WTO for a post-coronavirus world. The global economy needs a champion to lead it out of the crisis   ◆ Collapsing trade must be rebuilt to spur recovery. The WTO can work on addressing trade restrictions on key supplies in the short term, and lead discussions to lower tari...
    SCMP  |  June 08 , 2020
  • Wang Huiyao: China rises from SEZs to global economic anchor

    By Wang Huiyao | President of the Center for China and Globalization(CCG) Moving quickly to implement the policies announced by President Xi Jinping in his Oct 14 speech celebrating the 40th anniversary of the creation of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone, the National Development and Reform C...
    China Daily  |  October 26 , 2020