While their parents, the one-child policy generation, instituted in the 1980s and 1990s, which produced a generation of “only me” children, accepted the government mandates in every area of their lives, the restless generation does not. They are increasingly consumer-oriented, questioning government dictates, and expanding their world.
There is no doubt that the pandemic has caused our relations with China to plummet and accelerated the competition between us.
They are also the third-largest trading partner the U.S. has and the second-largest economy in the world and the most formidable competition that the U.S. has.
Bringing some new perspectives on this growing concern is David J. Firestein, the inaugural president and CEO of the George H. W. Bush Foundation for U.S.-China Relations (Bush China Foundation).
Relations between China and the U.S. are at an all-time low, in part because of the actions China has taken toward Beijing and the U.S.’ commitment to Taiwan.
For decades the United States Navy has ruled most of the world’s oceans and the important shipping lanes. No part is more important than the area around the South China Sea where about 40 percent of the world’s shipping occurs. Today, China is asserting itself militarily in that area by building islands and shoring up […]
The history of China is undoubtedly a long one. China, one of the oldest civilizations on earth with the exception of possibly India, goes back in history about 5,000 years.
During this episode on corporate governance and its impact on China and the world, panelists discuss the credit crisis and changes in trade relationships between the United States and China.
Today’s news updates present links on the subject of: China Tops Japan as World’s #2 Economy.
Monday News Updates: South Africa’s Massive HIV Prevention Campaign, China’s Economy, & Senate Deal on Swaps
In today’s news updates we provide links on China’s economic clout, Senate deal on Swaps and South Africa’s massive HIV Prevention and Treatment Campaign.