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Sponsored Content: Talent and Governance in a Globalizing World
By LIU Hong
Future leaders in the public sector will need a global vision to meet challenges in policymaking and governance.
The Global Origins of China’s Domestic Conflicts
By Zheng Wang and Vance Crowe
Increasing domestic conflicts are an unintended consequence of the rapid globalization behind China's rise.
Rhyme and Reason: Why 2014 Doesn’t Have to be 1914
By Mira Rapp-Hooper
Margaret Macmillan recently warned there are dangerous parallels between the year WWI broke out and today.
Mutual Dependence and War
Has globalization made geopolitics and warfare obsolete? The question has implications for the U.S. and China.