COP26: why advanced countries must proportionately make by far the biggest cuts in carbon emissions – factual briefing
The COP26 conference on climate change is discussing an issue which will profoundly affect every person on our planet. Climate change, together with nuclear war, ...Read More →
We have entered the “China period of the development of socialism” – Preface to the European edition of “China’s Great Road”
The following is the Preface to the European edition of my book "China's Great Road". The book is available at an introductory price of £16 ...Read More →
China’s plans for Green Growth
'People centred development', including special emphasis on 'green growth,' was a central theme of this year's annual China’s National People's Congress (NPC) - its legislative ...Read More →
China is now the main pillar of globalisation
The following article, showing the way China has become the main strategic pillar of globalisation, was written to analyse Xi Jinping's visit to the World Economic Forum ...Read More →
China’s socialist ‘reform and opening up’ improved the lives of a greater proportion of humanity than any other country in human history
An earlier article in this series marking the 40th anniversary of China's 'Reform and Opening Up' showed that China since 1978 is the fastest sustained growth ...Read More →
Why did China grow so fast?
My article 'China's socialist model outperforms capitalism’ established factually two key conclusions for global economic and social development. First, that the fastest growing economies since ...Read More →
China faces slower Western growth than in the Great Depression
Introduction - the situation in the global economy since 2008China is used, after repeated experiences, to the ‘China is in/about to enter a deep crisis/hard ...Read More →
Why are China and India growing so fast?
The world’s two most rapidly growing major economies are China and India. Both China and India show a common pattern of development which differs sharply ...Read More →
Growth in the G7 ‘Great Stagnation’ will be slower than in the Great Depression!
The Western G7 economies are in, and will remain locked in, very slow growth. How slow this growth is can be seen starkly by taking ...Read More →
China’s ‘socialist development strategy’ outperformed Western alternatives
This article finds that the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th fastest growing economies during the period since the putting forward of the neo-liberal ‘Washington Consensus’ ...Read More →