As the world undergoes drastic changes as result of covid-19, many experts are giving their predictions as to state of the world order following the conclusion of the pandemic. Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger offers his...
I   Overview of the outbreak in Africa As of April 16, 2020, there have been more than 17,000 confirmed cases and more than 9,000 deaths across the continent.  The outbreak of Covid-19 has spread...
Interviewed by: Yuxuan Chen, Juan Zhang Professor Margaret Lewis’s research focuses on law in China and Taiwan with an emphasis on criminal justice and human rights. Professor Lewis has participated in the State...
By Austin Peters. The views expressed are his own and do not necessarily represent the views of The Carter Center or its associates. The protracted COVID-19 crisis has exposed and...
By: Ezra F. Vogel, Harvard University, June 28, 2020 In 1879, a woman made history by traveling around the world faster than anyone ever before, in 72 days. Since then continuing l development in...
Photo Credit: Tasneem Alsultan, The New York Times What is the state of U.S. - China trade relations? Can China solidify cooperation with India? How are grassroots activists in Ghana responding to Chinese...
The Shanghai Institutes for International Studies have published a report on the potential of people-to-people diplomacy as a result of the Coronavirus Crisis. Read it below or at http://www.siis.org.cn/Content/Info/4UA9LS9STN2O
On May 14, 2020, the China Program of The Carter Center hosted an online conference to discuss preventing a COVID-19 crisis in Africa. The full report can be found here at The Carter Center's main website.
How is China engaging African nations? Why is Iraq joining the Belt and Road initiative? How will soybean and pork trade impact the state of the trade war? As China continues to try and exert power over Taiwan and...

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