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CUSEF Opinion Tracker | May 4, 2020
2020-05-04
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Recent news reported that the U.S. government plans to retaliate against China over claims the Chinese withheld critical information about Covid-19 by cancelling U.S. debt held by China. POLITICO’s Ben White and Aubree Eliza Weaver argue that ‘any move to “cancel” debt held by China would destroy the full faith and credit of the U.S., send U.S. interest rates soaring and could ignite a global financial catastrophe.’ A penny for your thoughts? 更多
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The China Current: Solving Problems Together | Jeffrey Sachs
2020-05-02
Jeffrey Sachs, economist and University Professor at Columbia University
Jeffrey Sachs, economist and University Professor at Columbia University
The world is now talking about ‘decoupling’. While the U.S. is playing the ‘blame game’ against China, Sachs stressed that it is more than important to defend and protect multilateralism. “As a historian I think of the 1920s and 1930s as a time when nationalism became dominant and it led to global disaster. So, we really need to take the steps, no matter what the Trump administration ends up doing, for the rest of the world to protect multilateralism.” 更多
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CUSEF Opinion Tracker | Apr 29, 2020
2020-04-29
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Earlier US President Donald Trump questioned China’s reported COVID19 mortality rate, saying “Does anybody really believe this number?” Dr Deborah Birx, coordinator of the US response to the outbreak, also criticized China’s reports data. Asia Times’ John Walsh argues: “China’s Covid reporting far from ‘unrealistic,’ close analysis shows China mortality rate in line with East Asian neighbors”. 更多
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CUSEF Opinion Tracker | Apr 28, 2020
2020-04-28
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People are now envisioning the post-COVID19 world - the revitalization of multilateralism. The Japan Times’ Hal Brand says modest multilateralism is in America and China’s interests, while The Fung Group Chairman reminds that we must also reshape it in a way that recognizes and reflects the many dimensions of global interdependency. 更多
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CUSEF Opinion Tracker | Apr 27, 2020
2020-04-27
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How will the world look like after the COVID19 pandemic? How will it affect the U.S-China relations? Here are what experts say today. 更多