Heine Discusses China-Honduras Relations on CGTN America’s “The Heat”

Ambassador Jorge Heine, Research Professor at Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies and Interim Director of the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, recently shared his expertise on CGTN America’s flagship talk show, “The Heat.” Heine discussed the current state of relations between China and Honduras, shedding light on…

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Adil Najam’s Insights Featured in New York Times Article

The New York Times recently published an article titled “As Pakistan Installs a Prime Minister, the Road Ahead Looks Rocky,” shedding light on Pakistan’s political landscape and the challenges facing the newly elected government. Amidst discussions on civil-military relations and economic troubles, the article features insights from Dean Emeritus and Professor at Boston University’s Pardee…

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Heine Unveils China’s Green Commitment in the Belt and Road Initiative

In a recent article from the China Social Sciences Journal, Jorge Heine, Research Professor at Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies and Interim Director of the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future has been extensively cited. Heine’s insights offer a critical perspective on China’s commitment to green development…

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Heine Explores the Vital Role of Active Non-Alignment

Jorge Heine, Research Professor at Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies and Interim Director of the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future,  was prominently featured in a recent article titled “Is India refusing to lead Active Non-Alignment?” published in The New Indian Express, a leading Indian daily. The…

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Heine’s Perspectives on the Prolonged Russia-Ukraine Conflict

In a recent CGTN interview, Jorge Heine challenges the notion of unwavering Western support for Ukraine, advocating for mediation in the prolonged conflict. Professor Klaus Larres, on the contrary, expresses optimism about ongoing support. Divergent viewpoints offer readers insight into the complexities of the Russia-Ukraine war.

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Heine’s Insights Explore the Global South’s Geopolitical Impact in Le Monde Feature

In a recent Le Monde feature, the rise of the Global South as a geopolitical disruptor was explored by Heine, with a focus on diverse interests and the contested relationship with the Western order. Insights from the concept of “active non-alignment” provided a nuanced understanding of this influential political constituency.

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Heine Unpacks President Xi’s 2024

In a recent episode of The Heat, Ambassador Jorge Heine explored China’s prospects in 2024 and collaborative efforts with Latin America. He highlighted China’s impact on electric mobility and discussed the Belt and Road Initiative’s role in addressing Latin America’s infrastructure deficits.

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Heine Decodes BRI Decade

Ambassador Jorge Heine, in a recent interview on “The Heat,” shared insights into China’s Belt and Road Initiative’s decade of achievements. The discussion highlighted substantial investments, transformative projects, job creation, and poverty reduction. Regional impacts, concerns like debt diplomacy, environmental effects, and the BRI’s role in global connectivity were explored, offering a comprehensive overview.

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Garčević’s Perspectives on the Biden-Xi Summit and Global Relations

In a recent interview, Ambassador Vesko Garčević, Professor of International Relations, shared invaluable insights on the Biden-Xi Summit. Analyzing the nuanced discussions, he characterized the meeting as a positive stride in global diplomacy. The interview, broadcast on November 21, explored key takeaways, offering a comprehensive perspective.

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