Members of the delegation from Beijing-based think tank the Centre for China and Globalisation meet the World Bank Prospects Group’s chief economist Ayhan Kose (second from left) at the bank’s headquarters in Washington. Photo: Twitter
Members of the delegation from Beijing-based think tank the Centre for China and Globalisation meet the World Bank Prospects Group’s chief economist Ayhan Kose (second from left) at the bank’s headquarters in Washington. Photo: Twitter
Diplomacy

Chinese academics take first steps back to world stage after Covid-19

  • Does US visit by Beijing-based think tank delegation signal a return of China’s knowledge class to international policy discussions?
  • Two years of disrupted travel combined with geopolitical tensions between the US and China have kept face-to-face meetings to a minimum

Members of the delegation from Beijing-based think tank the Centre for China and Globalisation meet the World Bank Prospects Group’s chief economist Ayhan Kose (second from left) at the bank’s headquarters in Washington. Photo: Twitter
Members of the delegation from Beijing-based think tank the Centre for China and Globalisation meet the World Bank Prospects Group’s chief economist Ayhan Kose (second from left) at the bank’s headquarters in Washington. Photo: Twitter
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