China And The World: Assessment And Prospect Of The ?Post-Crisis? Era
Source: University of Oxford
There have appeared four obvious trends in the present global development: economic globalization, ICT revolution, growing diversification of the world and green industrial revolution. Side by side are two new interactive developments: first, the demand for global public goods (including global security, global ecological environment, measures against global climate change and global public health) is growing daily, but there is an acute shortage of supply; second, the global governance system has failed due to irrational international economic and political order, with the present United Nations and other international organizations unable to deal with international crises and/or global financial crisis and in bringing an agreement on global climate change to pass.