If China and the U.S. want a war? Of course not. But will the structural pressures the two countries face lead to conflict? Yes.
China has played a very, very crucial role in facilitating the participation of the North Korean leader in dialogue and negotiation, and in pursuing denuclearization.
At this pivotal point, China Focus interviewed Milligan-Whyte to find out why peaceful coexistence between China and the U.S. is imperative, how the Belt and Road Initiative has become a global phenomenon and why without worldwide cooperation, all economies will fail.
How modern media can win-back viewer confidence? Why Chinese stories have an important role to play on the world stage?
How will AI change China’s manufacturing industry? Where else will it be used? Are China and the U.S. rivals in the area of AI? What happens when people use these advancements?
if you want to see the world’s development, look at China.
“Chinese people are busy. They want to do things better and are willing to grow. Everybody has an idea and wants to achieve something. It seems that despite 30 years of uninterrupted growth, they haven’t fallen into the middle-income trap in which so many developing countries have lost their way.”
“Denmark was among the first Western countries to establish diplomatic relations with the People’s Republic of China and was also among the Northern European countries that established a comprehensive strategic partnership with China.”
China-Pakistan relationship is a very close relationship at all levels in all directions. It’s multifaceted, especially in terms of its purpose and the geographic coverage it has.
2019 mark the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries, but also a crucial year in dealing with China-U.S. trade.
What is your first impression of this initiative? Which countries have benefited from it? What projects are being jointly built along the routes? Is it really a debt trap?