G7 and NATO call for China's help against Russia
Xi Jinping has certainly accomplished one thing with his idealistic support for Russia. The West is courting his favor more intensively than ever. In light of China's return to its former glory, this must seem like a success. The US and the EU are now mixing pleas with threats: China must urge Russia to withdraw its troops. But if it provides material support, sanctions may follow. This was one of the main topics at the NATO and G7 summits. But China continues to keep the West on tenterhooks, gaining influence in the meantime, analyze Amelie Richter and Christiane Kuehl.
Becoming rich and moving abroad - that has long been the goal of many Chinese. However, the latest report from the consulting firm Hurun now turns the topic around and looks at the reasons for coming back to China. This is very much in line with the government's plans: Young people should certainly study abroad, but should carry what they have learned back to their home country. Our Beijing team analyzes what else has changed on the current Hurun rich list. Tech billionaires seem to be on the decline. This is a consequence of the hard blows against China's overpowering Internet companies.