China is On Course to Build the Best Cars in The World

By Tom Stacey Europeans and other western nations have dominated automotive excellence for over a century. Whether it is the satisfying thud of the door...
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Connectivity, Connectivity, Connectivity: Has the China-Europe Freight Train Become a Winning Run?

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China’s Success: “Not because of the state, but in spite of the state”

China’s Success: “Not because of the state, but in spite of the state”

By Rainer Zitelmann The Chinese economist Weiying Zhang proves that China is so successful economically not because of but despite the influence of the state:...
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By Dr. Dan Steinbock Thanks to the containment failures of Covid-19 and the resultant new variants, coupled with vaccine inequality, global prospects are overshadowed by...
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What other countries can learn from China’s lockdown policies

By William Wang and Holly Snape Pitting authoritarianism against democracy has become common during the pandemic, with the former often being painted as a more effective regime...

China’s Economy of Peace

By Peter Koenig China, about a decade ago, has deliberately embarked on an Economy of Peace. A strategy that China pursues, unimpressed by constant aggressions...

China’s COVID vaccines are already being distributed. But how do they work, and where...

By Adam Taylor Chinese authorities have already approved multiple COVID vaccines for emergency use in the country, and nearly a million Chinese have already been vaccinated with...

Corona: Why are we not willing to learn from Asia?

By Rainer Zitelmann “By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by...

Hacking the pandemic: how Taiwan’s digital democracy holds COVID-19 at bay

By Kelsie Nabben Taiwan’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been among the world’s best. With a population almost the size of Australia’s, the island...

Is Reaching Zero COVID-19 Possible?

By Kingston Mills Most scientists agree that stringent control measures, involving efficient contact tracing, testing and isolation, together with social distancing and mask wearing, are...

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