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Ominous breaking news coming out of Myanmar

By Romain Caillaud, principal of the consulting firm SIPA Partners and a researcher associated with the Singaporean think tank ISEAS. Ominous breaking news coming out of Myanmar: Ten years

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CA 25 – China Shapes its Post-Crisis Agenda – Jan 2010


In this issue of China Analysis, the authors argue that Beijing is taking a short term view in the debate over international economic governance after the global financial crisis. China Analysis, a joint ECFR and Asia Centre publication, introduces European audiences to the ongoing debates in China, drawing on published sources and internal strategic thinking. How far is China willing to go in order to strengthen international economic governance? The experts considered in this issue of China Analysis seem to take the short term view, as they seek to decouple the Chinese economy from international demand, and analyse both the internationalisation of the renmimbi and the role of the G20 in global governance.




A Chinese dilemma too: maintaining employment beyond the stimulus (François Schichan)

The public sector is back in favour (Candice Tran Dai)

A different currency debate: a regional role for the Renminbi? (Jean-François Di Meglio)

Global governance and the G20: more power for China (Mathieu Duchâtel)