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Riddhi Dasgupta Advocating a U.S.-India Mutual Defense Treaty

Cross-posted from Fortune Magazine, November 17, 2014. It was also just announced that President Obama might be Prime Minister Modi’s chief guest at India’s upcoming Republic Day Celebrations.

John Yoo and Riddhi Dasgupta

Amid the falling out between Pakistan and the United States and China’s rise, there is no better time for … More >

David Roland-Holst The US and China – New Best Climate Buddies?

This week’s climate announcement by Presidents Barack Obama and Xi Jinping is certainly momentous. The United States and China account for nearly half of global greenhouse gas emissions, making their joint participation a necessary condition for any successful global response to climate risk. By stepping up together, they are also … More >

Dan Farber A ray of hope on climate change (breaking news from China)

President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping announced a major deal on climate change this morning. As summarized by the Washington Post:

China, the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases, pledged in the far-reaching agreement to cap its rapidly growing carbon emissions by 2030, or earlier if possible. It also set … More >

Suzanne Scoggins Hong Kong’s Protest Tradition [Part 2]

As student protesters in Hong Kong dig in their heels, China watchers are trying to make sense of the events over the past few weeks. One thing is certain: the days when locals joked that Hong Kongers cared only for money are gone. A political protest tradition is now alive … More >

Suzanne Scoggins Governments and Umbrellas in Hong Kong [Part 1]

The recent protests in Hong Kong have created a public relations landmine for government officials. Though the name of the protests keeps shifting – Occupy Central, the Umbrella Movement, the Umbrella Revolution – the events on the ground have left leaders scrambling to contain the protesters and prevent a further escalation of events.

Falling … More >

Catherine Wolfram Will smog in China spur climate solutions?

I have read a number of news stories about air pollution in the major Chinese cities recently. A soupy smog of particulates, ozone, sulfur and nitrogen oxides hangs over Beijing, Tianjin and other northern cities. The concentration of particulate matter (PM2.5) in Beijing recently registered at 501 μg/m3, more than 15 … More >

David Zilberman On life economics and the environment in China

Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of participating in the second Chinese Environmental Economics workshop in Shanghai. Professor Jinhua Zhao of Michigan State and Shanghai University, one of the best PhD students I have ever advised, organized the workshop in Shanghai.

The conference facilities were modern and impressive and most … More >

Ikhlaq Sidhu The path from executive education to corporate innovation

I’m on my way back from Shanghai after being invited to work with a group of Chinese executives on their product innovation and intrapreneurship strategies, using aspects of my newly developed model for professional/executive education. It’s really an exciting model, that I used with Coca-Cola on their beverage strategy in … More >

Steve Blank China startups — the Gold Rush and fire extinguishers

I just spent a few weeks in Japan and China on a book tour for the Japanese and Chinese versions of the Startup Owners Manual.  In these series of 5 posts, I thought I’d share what I learned in China. All the usual caveats apply. I was only in China for a week so … More >

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