This Month’s conference is focusing on the discussion organised by Foreign Affairs and the Peterson Institute for International Economics on: What killed the Chinese economy? With the participation of Adam S. Posen, Zongyuan Zoe Liu and Michael Pettis.
This February, France’s President Emmanuel Macron hosted Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskyy as well as Germany’s Olaf Scholz. Italy’s Giorgina Meloni was not invited to the dinner and this has caused some tensions between European leaders. While a dinner may seem small, the challenges that the European Union faces are not.
COVID-19 has only exacerbated an existing concern in Europe: deaths related to alcohol, drug abuse and suicide. We explore the reasons, consequences, and next steps.
Slovenia’s national government hopes to attract more foreign workers to fill job vacancies through recent legislation the government passed.
On the 14th of September, Ursula Von der Leyen spoke in front of the European Parliament to deliver 2022’s State of the Union speech. The President of the Commission was accompanied by the guest of honour for the evening, Mrs. Olona Zelenska. It has been 8 months since the beginning of the Ukrainian war, which has prompted an energy crisis, stark inflation and interruptions in supply-chains across Europe as a spillover effect, among other consequences.
In assessing the current political state of Zambia, this article examines the potential for foreign investments as a viable decision for economic sustainability.
EU Member States either embrace or shun nuclear energy from their national energy policies as they strive to become energy independent.
On Sunday, Xi Jinping clinched a historic third term as the Communist Party’s leader, ending decades of political precedent in the world’s second largest economy.
Inflation is a side of the coin all economic operators try to manage and leverage to their advantage. This matter becomes particularly pressing when you are the President of one of the strongest economical forces in the world. However, there are situations not even the most skilled economists can foresee, and drastic measures might need to be put in place to prevent greater damage.
The Chinese response to the US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, the highest American representative person there since 1997, arrives. People’s Republic of China decided that the right response was to halt the US and Chinese cooperation in several fields such as defense, justice, and climate change and to take several measures against Nancy Pelosi and her immediate family members, this last by relevant laws in China.