Apple between US China Wars

Apple between US China Wars

By Dr. Dan Steinbock America's most valuable $2 trillion company is no longer immune to US geopolitics. Apple's global success is an anomaly to the...

China does not want war, at least not yet. It’s playing the long game

By John Blaxland Talk of war has become louder in recent days, but the “drumbeat” has been heard for some time now as China’s military...

Flawed human information processing, magic pipers and our conscience

By Bernard Yeung Fierce competition between dominant countries leads to accusatory narratives, creating intense but dysfunctional crowd emotions. Flawed human behaviour allows a big gap...
How China’s public diplomacy is changing under Xi Jinping

How China’s public diplomacy is changing under Xi Jinping

By Dr Yan Wu and Richard Thomas Joe Biden’s election victory was greeted with cautious optimism by Chinese state media. However, while the English-language Global...

Taking China to the World Trade Organisation plants a seed. It won’t be a...

By Dr Weihuan Zhou and Lisa Toohey Australia is reportedly ready to initiate its first litigation against China at the World Trade Organisation. China has this year taken punitive...

Trump’s Unilateralism, China’s Multilateralism and the Real COVID-19

By Dr. Dan Steinbock New estimates on actual COVID-19 cases in 2020 highlight the stark differences between the Trump administration’s unilateral stance, and China’s multilateral...

Trump took a sledgehammer to US-China relations. This won’t be an easy fix, even...

By Dr Hui Feng Few would have thought a US-China relationship marked by relative stability for half a century would be upended in just four...

Why a Coronavirus Vaccine is Politically Valuable to China

By William Wang and Holly Snape Hundreds of people have been queueing in the city of Yiwu in eastern China in recent days to get an...

The Rise of the Chinese Economy and Growing Concerns in the United States

By Kalim Siddiqui I. Introduction The article discusses recent global economic changes and will largely focus on two of the worlds’ largest economies, namely China and...

The Future of HSBC in China

By He Jun HSBC, founded on March 3, 1865, is facing one of the major risks in peacetime since its establishment. It has become an...

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