May 9, 2020

China and Europe can Still Move Forward Together

No one knows when the COVID-19 nightmare will end. If there is a good thing within the tragedy, this is the general admission that international cooperation needs to be strengthened. The responsibility of China and the EU becomes higher than ever.   

May 7, 2020

China on Path to Become a Leading Innovator

President Xi Jinping emphasizes innovation in tandem with reform and opening up, and speaks of a community with a shared future for humanity. For this to be realizable, however, requires people on all sides working harder to suppress the worst aspects of themselves while embracing the best aspects of others.

May 6, 2020

Partnership for Global Challenges

The EU and China must strengthen their partnership to overcome this crisis and provide the most vulnerable members of the international community with the support they need.

May 3, 2020

The Coming New Civilization

To focus solely on border security is narrow-minded. Finger pointing in a global crisis is short-sighted. Infectious diseases constitute challenges far beyond the realm of medical science and the borders of any single country. They test our global conceptions and mindset.

Apr 30, 2020

How the Coronavirus Situation Changed

The U.S. should have learned from the experience in South Korea and Italy that the virus could cross borders and spread within countries, but they did not and wasted the month of February.

Apr 28, 2020

The Post-Pandemic Slump

It seems that any recovery from the pandemic slump in Europe and the U.S. will be more drawn out, with expansion below the previous trend for many years to come. If so, it will become another chapter in the long depression we experienced over the last ten years.