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Over the last three decades, diplomats from around the world have convened 26 times at the annual Conference of the Parties to plot out their fight against climate change. On Sunday, they will begin the latest such gathering, COP27, in Egypt. It is well timed, coming in the middle of an active hurricane season and after a summer when heat waves broke records across the world, a drought in Africa put 22 million people at risk of starvation, and floods submerged one-third of Pakistan.
published Oct 14, 2022
The soaring energy prices are influenced by two fundamental factors. The first one is monetary policy. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, regulators of developed economies, especially the Federal Reserve, has adopted massive quantitative easing programs.
published May 16, 2022
As a major developing country in a volatile world, China faces many challenges. China’s immediate priorities are to hold the line and make concentrated efforts to tame the pandemic, grow its economy, and improve people’s livelihoods—actions that will put China onto a trajectory toward a modern country.
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