A Japanese Perspective on Hangzhou G20
By Shin Kawashima
China needs to demonstrate “reciprocity” if it wishes to act as a superpower.
The G20: Another Step Down China's Road to Global Leadership
By Antoine Duquennoy
The G20 summit is not enough to prove China as a global leader, but it's a step in the right direction.
A US Company Just Put Taipei 101 Into a G20 Promo for China
By Justin D. Guiterman
Is the commercial, commissioned by a Chinese government office, designed to send a message?
What Did the G20 Accomplish During China's Presidency?
By Feride Inan
The Hangzhou Summit set an ambitious task: transforming the G20 to lead the world economy.
G20 Fails Growth Test
By Anthony Fensom
Once again, the G20 is big on talk but short on the action needed to revitalize the global economy.
Modi in China: The G20 and Beyond
By Ashok Sajjanhar
Modi's attendance at the G20 touched on the global economy, China-India relations, and more.
How China and South Korea Hurt the Green Economy
By Philip Stevens
Tariff cuts are needed to spark green growth, but Beijing and Seoul are resisting.
The G20 and China's Grand Vision for Righting the Global Economy
By Chen Xiaochen and Cheng Shujing
Four problems, four solutions, and four future steps to be taken after the Hangzhou Summit.
China’s Evolving Governance Role in the Global Economy
By Wang Wen
What does China hope to accomplish at the G20 summit?
What to Expect From the G20 Summit
By Huang Nan, Zhang Juan, and Shannon Tiezzi
Jiang Yuechun of CIIS gives an overview of China's most important diplomatic event this year.
China-Japan Relations Before the G20 Summit
By Emily S. Chen
Historical issues and maritime disputes continue to strain relations between China and Japan.
The G20 Summit: An Opportunity for India-China Relations
By K.S. Venkatachalam
India should use the G20 Summit at Hangzhou to build better relations with China.