Way back in 1987, then-private citizen Donald J. Trump took out a newspaper advertisement to make one of his many bold, incorrect statements.
In the view of many, America’s confidence is waning, and China’s confidence is growing.
On Tuesday, Chinese President Xi will further outline his economic vision at the Boao Forum, Asia’s answer to Davos. As the newly-anointed President for Life, Xi’s speech will cover a set of issues that have global implications.
The bi-polar world economic order — with China and the United States setting the rules — didn’t last very long.
Almost fifty years ago, five developing countries — Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand — formed an economic, political, and social partnership.