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Two humanitarian heroes win Nobel Prize
Countering sexual violence in war torn-states is the foundation for this year's Nobel Peace Prize.
COP24 meeting must produce big results to tackle climate change
Nations meeting at the COP24 summit under the Paris Agreement on climate change must set aside any differences and produce meaningful solutions to stave off disaster.
Nepal, BRI and the debt-trap diplomacy argument
Suggestions that Nepal faces becoming involved in a "debt trap" by getting involved in BRI projects funded by Chinese loans simply do not hold water.
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COP24 meeting must produce big results to tackle climate change

By Rachana Gupta

Nations meeting at the COP24 summit under the Paris Agreement on climate change must set aside any differences and produce meaningful solutions to stave off disaster.

Nepal, BRI and the debt-trap diplomacy argument

By Ritu Raj Subedi

Suggestions that Nepal faces becoming involved in a "debt trap" by getting involved in BRI projects funded by Chinese loans simply do not hold water.

The UDHR: A common achievement for humankind

By Zhang Wei

On December 10, 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by members of the United Nations. Seventy years on and it is time to reaffirm the principles of this common achievement for all humankind.

China's innovation driven development

By Daniel Hyatt

China is utilizing innovations to spur the economy, while on the other hand pushing to make the economy conducive for innovation. The results are speaking for themselves.

40 years of reform in China: Truly remarkable change since 1978

By Colin Mackerras

An Australian Sinologist recounts the tremendous changes that took place in China in the past four decades.

Shanghai FTZ: A symbol of China's opening-up

By Rachana Gupta

Five years since its initial conception, the Shanghai FTZ, and it's growing list of replicas across the nation, send a clear message to the world: China is open for trade and investment.

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Two humanitarian heroes win Nobel Prize

By Sajjad Malik

Countering sexual violence in war torn-states is the foundation for this year's Nobel Peace Prize.

Why the Financial Times is misreading China

By Heiko Khoo

A recent Financial Times editorial suggesting China was facing an economic slowdown is a misreading of the way the country is run.

Enhancing access to education for all

By Eugene Clark

Due to rapid technological change, the job market is transforming, and action needs to be taken to ensure citizens across the world receive a decent education.

 
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G20 summit: Anticipation and challenge

The 13th G20 summit is being held in Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, from Nov. 30 to Dec. 1, the first time for a South American country to host it.