Tiananmen at 25 Years
Marking the twenty-fifth anniversary of the crushing of the Tiananmen protests, the National Security Archive is posting 25 Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) records relating to the event and its aftermath.
Chinese Military Was Split over Bloody Suppression of 1989 Student Protests, DIA Reported
Why Was China Carrying Gold?
I would discourage everyone from making too much out of the Chinese gold carry trade. It’s not a giant conspiracy to buy up all the gold, while suppressing the price. It is not some farsighted plan to anticipate the collapse of the dollar by owning hard assets.
I would discourage everyone from making too much out of the Chinese gold carry trade.
Germany sides with China in solar trade dispute with EU
The anti-dumping case has emerged as a test of whether the EU can maintain a unified trade policy.
«ONGs: herramientas decisivas para provocar cambios sociales» –Samuel Galler
Entrevista a Samuel Galler, alumno del prestigioso programa Rhodes especializado en Desarrollo Internacional.
«NGOs will be critical as tools for empowering individuals to spark social change» –Samuel Galler
Interview with Samuel Galler, a Rhodes Scholar and rising figure in the study of International Development.
China decelerating, EU banking union, and financial disintegration in Europe
DB Research comments on China, the EU’s banking union and the outlook for Europe’s financial system.
Germany wants to know if Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5 is a good hand
Germany will have to change their tone or risk being the ones seen responsible for breaking up the Eurozone and causing strife across Europe.
China’s Upcoming Leadership Change
By the end of 2012, most of China’s current leadership will be replaced, including the President, Premier, and seven of the nine members of the Political Standing Committee (PSC) of the Politburo.
China overtaking US by 2030?
The World Bank (WB) sees China becoming a high-income country before 2030.
Deutsche Bank Research On European Bank Recapitalization, Lending & China
Notes From Deutsche Bank Research (17 October 2011).
«Much of the global is still dressed in the clothes of the national» -Saskia Sassen
Interview with Saskia Sassen, one of the world’s leading theorists on globalization.
«Mucho de lo global aún lleva puesto el hábito de lo nacional» –Saskia Sassen
Entrevista en profundidad con Saskia Sassen, una de las teoristas más importantes del mundo sobre globalización y migración.