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Salman Khan's 'Sultan' eyeing success in China
Another Bollywood blockbuster hits Chinese cinemas hoping to maintain the momentum of previous Indian films in promoting friendship between the two countries.
Mideast and Africa's road to China goes through Gwadar
With China's opening-up and increased global trade, Gwadar, a port in Pakistan, is an important trade route which will help make trade with China more efficient.
Contagion: How to assess the systematic risks in the international financial sector
In terms of systematic risks, we are unable to provide a certain kind of absolute quantitative standard or an invariable formula.
Can BIMSTEC revitalize regional cooperation?
With Nepal set to host the 4th BIMSTEC Summit, many countries in the region are hoping to work together through common interests.
Xi Jinping Thought a guide to further development in China
China's latest development, economic policies, and role in the international community are largely attributed to the Xi Jinping Thought.
​Talk of socialism stirs controversy in the US
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is at the center of a debate regarding socialism in the United States, as many Americans question the free market.
​More global work needs to be done to protect wild tigers
Tigers have been part of the rich texture of both Indian and Chinese culture for centuries, but they face being extinct from the wild without urgent action.
Prevention of systematic risks and countermeasures
On the whole, a prominent problem Europe and America are facing is that regulators become more tolerant out of concern about systematic risks, and they even showed considerable restraint when commenting negatively on SIFIs.
Moral hazards, decision-making dilemma in international financial crisis management
It is to prevent the systematic risks of certain economic entities or world economy to put forward the concept of Systematically Important Financial Institutions.
Will Turkey and the US find common ground?
Although America and Turkey are locked in quarrels over many issues, there are links between them that cannot easily be dissolved and offer some hope.
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