The Globalist’s Top Ten Features on China
What are The Globalist’s most thought-provoking essays about China?
January 26, 2011
|1.||When China Challenged America to Catch Mice
Has the United States ceded the art of pragmatism to the Chinese?
|2.||China’s New Doctrine: Mental Power for Uncertain Times
How does the concept of “mental power” provide a useful prism through which to view U.S.-China affairs?
|3.||The American Dream Is Alive and Well…In China
Could it be that the Chinese now believe more in the American Dream than do Americans themselves?
|4.||The Battle of the Billionaires: China Vs. India
What are major differences in the population patterns of the world’s two billion-people countries?
|5.||China’s BYD: Bury Your Dreams?
Will Chinese battery manufacturer BYD be able to achieve its dream of becoming a leading electric-car maker?
|6.||Diabetes: What Really Ails China
How is diabetes one of the most overlooked consequences of China’s increasing prosperity?
|7.||China’s Looming 2019 Deadline
Is there a 70-year deadline for political parties?
|8.||Dateline China: Mr. Zhou Takes on Western Finance
Might China’s Communist Party present a better training ground for today’s financial edifices than the practices prevailing in the West?
|9.||Can the “China Miracle” Last?
How long can China’s economy grow as rapidly as it is expanding now?
|10.||Shanghai and Hong Kong: China’s Emerging Global Financial Hubs
How have Shanghai and Hong Kong contributed profoundly to China’s economic progress?
A New Monetary Order
January 25, 2011