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    Where is Jack Ma?
    The future of China's private sector
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    Time for a trip?
    Is China's travel sector ready to take flight once again?
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    Panda pandemonium
    More attention must go to those details that can positively affect public sentiment, regardless of whether that public is Chinese or American
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    Stop, look and listen
    The U.S. says it's "all in" on Africa's future, but is it?
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    Turning the corner
    In line with optimized COVID-19 response measures rolled out by the Chinese Government in early December, quarantine requirements and travel restrictions have been lifted or relaxed across the country.
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    Supply is fine, but where is demand?
    Trade is all about giving and taking
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    Competition vs. conflict
    Figuring out the Sino-American relationship
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    Prospects for the Sino-U.S. relationship: a Marxist perspective
    This is an edited version of Josef Gregory Mahoney’s speech during a webinar on Sino-U.S. relations and global governance hosted by CICG Americas on November 22. Mahoney is a professor of politics and international relations at East China Normal University
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    People-to-people exchange should take the lead in recoupling
    We should get ready for the post-COVID engagement, and people-to-people exchange should take the lead in recoupling the two societies together
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    Ideological and political drivers behind the U.S. foreign policy
    It’s important for Chinese scholars and decisionmakers to understand what drives decisions in Washington and also what drives the American people’s views of the world. Understanding this can help us make better predictions
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    China and U.S. need to jointly promote global governance
    The United States and China are the world’s two largest economies, which also benefit from the world’s good governance. Similarly, they will suffer from poor global governance. For example, their economies depend on safe and sustainable global supply chains.
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    Journalists and academics can do more to warm up China-U.S. relations
    Before the U.S. midterm elections [on November 8], it was safe to say U.S.-China relations had hit a low ebb following three developments earlier this year: the Russia-Ukraine conflict, the U.S. blacklisting of Chinese technology companies, and the high-level congressional delegation to Taiwan. That is something the two nations must step back and recover from.
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