Chen ChenchenDeputy Director of the Macro Research Department at Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China.
Expertise : Global Economic Governance
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Chen Chenchen is Deputy Director and Research fellow of Department of Macro Research, Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China (RDCY). She focuses on studies of Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), Sino-US Relations, and global governance. Prior to joining the RDCY, Chen served as editorial writer and director of Opinion-Editorial Department at the Global Times English Edition, a national newspaper based in Beijing, and won China News Awards in 2014. She joined the RDCY after accomplishing Oxford University’s annual fellowship program in 2015. Ms Chen graduated from Nanjing University, and Johns Hopkins University-Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies.
African countries seize opportunities in China’s industrial transformation
With no political strings attached, China pledges 60 billion US dollars to African development at the 2018 Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation....2018-09-10
Africa: An opportunity for China
Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Senegal and Rwanda and is in South Africa before attending this week’s BRICS summit. This is Xi’s fourth visit to Africa in five years and the first overseas trip of his second term as China’s leader....2018-07-26
SCO Qingdao Summit signifies cooperation and globalization
The 18th Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Summit held in China last weekend was a vote of confidence in peaceful cooperation and globalization among its group members, said foreign relations experts and scholars. ...2018-06-13
Wealth key to grasping Trump-era politics
This is an era in which the wealth of the super-rich grows exponentially, and in which the super-rich directly hold power. It is interesting to observe Trump overturning traditional game rules. But judging from his wealth background and his network of wealthy friends, I don`t think he will be able to topple either globalization or "financilization." Compared with his predecessors, like presidents Roosevelt and Reagan who saved the US from a capitalist crisis, Trump is more a destroyer than a bui...2018-05-30
Belt and Road Initiative and Possible Impacts on the South China Sea Issue
Since China proposed the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in late 2013, the impacts of the 21st century Maritime Silk Road (MSR) construction on the South China Sea (SCS) issue become a focal point of both academic research and public concern. ...2018-04-10
US-China trade war a sign of Trump’s risky brinkmanship
A trade war does not make economic sense, and it does not help solve the structural problems that US economy truly has. A much more plausible way to understand Trump`s trade war mentality is to see it as a political gamble rather than an economic move....2018-04-10
Business mindset central to Trump’s Asia trip
Fundamentally speaking, what Trump is truly emphasizing in Asia is - like in every other part of the world - what deals and benefits he can make through exerting pressure and conducting negotiations. One important style of his negotiations is that different issues are mixed, and he prefers negotiating a package rather than talking issue-by-issue. ...2017-11-10
Innovation, integration are the way forward
G20 should recognize that developing countries hold the key to leading the world out of economic stagnation....2017-07-07
"2016: G20 and China"
This book from the "history" of the G20's past and present, a comprehensive discussion of the G20's origin and role, agenda,