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  • Why we need to improve economic ties with China

    Why we need to improve economic ties with China

    William Sternberg | | China
    Even with the recent news about China’s slowing economy causing volatile markets worldwide, with a population of 1.3bn and the largest economy in the world by GDP (PPP), there can be no doubt that China has the potential to be an even more important trade, tourism, investment and economic partner ...
  • Alexis de Tocqueville goes to China!

    Alexis de Tocqueville goes to China!

    Jeremy Jennings | | China
    Professor Jeremy Jennings is Director of the Centre for the Study of Political Thought at Queen Mary, University of London. His latest works are 'Revolution and the Republic: A History of Political Thought in France' published by Oxford University Press and his edition of Destutt de Tracy's 'A Treatise on ...
  • Chinese tourists, Europe and the UK

    Chinese tourists, Europe and the UK

    William Lim Kee Chang | | China
    The CPS sometimes features guest posts from students. In this extended blog by William Lim Kee Chang, Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School, age 15 argues that the UK must up its game if it is to compete with Europe for Chinese tourists. China, with a quarter of the world’s population, has a ...
  • A View to the East: China's Culture Industries

    A View to the East: China's Culture Industries

    Hugo De Burgh | | China
    In the first of a series of blogs about China's political and technological landscape, Professor Hugo de Burgh of the China Media Centre at University of Westminster writes on China's culture industries. A recent Daily Telegraph cartoon depicts the promotion poster for the new James Bond film; the smoothie with the ...