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Penn Global turns 10

The hub for all things global on campus looks back at its impact over the decade and ahead to what the next 10 years of research, policy, and engagement with the world will bring.

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Bloomberg

U.S.-China rivalry may shape 2023 for the world

Scott Moore of Penn Global says that a prolonged economic stagnation may be imminent in China, which would call into question some assumptions about China’s rise.

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The Hill

Don’t assume China cannot change

In an Op-Ed, Amy E. Gadsden of Penn Global urges Western policymakers and analysts to rethink the assumption that China cannot change its slide toward greater authoritarianism.

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The Atlantic

Where U.S.-China competition leaves climate change

Scott Moore of Penn Global says that the U.S. should stop emphasizing bilateral cooperation and switch to multilateral approaches when it comes to China and the climate issue.

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South China Morning Post

Life turned upside down in Ruili, China, the world’s strictest zero-COVID city

Amy Gadsden of Penn Global says that China’s COVID Zero policies in Ruili are a stark reminder of the party state’s ability to intervene in citizens’ lives in absolute and even cruel ways.

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Bloomberg

This is what life’s like in the world’s strictest COVID Zero city

Amy Gadsden of Penn Global says that China’s COVID Zero policies are a stark reminder of the party state’s ability to intervene in citizens’ lives in absolute and even cruel ways.

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STAT News

What Fauci’s exit tells us about the ongoing fight against COVID

PIK Professor and Vice Provost for Penn Global Ezekiel Emanuel says Fauci and the role he is leaving require someone able to translate science for the public and policy makers.

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