2022–23 WILSON CHINA FELLOWSHIP - Understanding China Amid Change and Competition
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2022–23 WILSON CHINA FELLOWSHIP - Understanding China Amid Change and Competition

27 October 2023

Summary

In a moment where bilateral regulatory mistrust threatens to dismantle many of the financial ties built-up over the last three decades, understanding the mindset of the Chinese regulator becomes all the more important.  Policy Implications and Key Takeaways ● Whereas in the Anglosphere, financial regulation assumes the presence of rational investors, an arms-length regulatory state, and semi-stron. [...] 34 Introduction Robert Daly is the Director of the Kissinger Institute on China and the United States at the Wilson Center The Kissinger Institute is pleased to present the work of the 2022–2023 cohort of Wilson China Fellows to the reading public. [...] This volume, like the two that preceded it, brings together the scholarship of some of America’s best young China scholars to cast light on three vital questions: What is the nature of the relationship between the United States and China? How do superpower rela- tions affect the interests and strategies of countries in the Indo-Pacific? And, most importantly, what is happening in China itself? Tha. [...] Second, as the economic relationships are first and foremost, with law a trailing consideration, the project has been dependent on the amounts of capital export over the course of the last several years, and the amounts were likely affected over the course of the pandemic. [...] To collect data on how law may be playing a role in China’s overseas de- velopment projects, the CLD research team, comprised of interdisciplinary scholars working at the intersection of law and the social sciences, conducted empirical data in China and in host states on the processes and effects of China’s growing footprint in international law and the law of host states.

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459
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Canada

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