Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Dear Lord Davidson

My father Norman Macrae  www.normanmacrae.net at The Economist predicted 40 years ago that 2018-2023 would be extremely innovative if :
we helped youth navigated 1000 to 2000 times moore tech 
we connected English and Chinese speaking youth in every educational and coding way possible

whilst I live in Washington DC I travel to Beijing every few weeks during the student year to try and help multiply youth connections- in particular i believe all youth should understand connections with Tsinghua, aiib and 21st C learning.
In march 2019 the biggest report yet in digital cooperation is being released by UN with inputs from 20 nations perspectives including China's Jack Ma and US's Melinda Gates. We believe it is critical that teachers and students maximise access and debate of this report

If there might be any synergy between your work to connect futures, my co-workers and i would love to try and help in any way

yours sincerely
Chris Macrae
PS Dad's last project helped adam smith scholars develop a new journal- it aims to connect extreme tech and community solutions between the 2 most populated regions s asia and china and has helped us understand inter alia how jack ma and brac in dhaka have reached this year's partnership at www.bkash.com we believe there is a lot for Scots who want to celebrate sustainability and deepest women empowerment tech to connect and do now...

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

China-EU Relations: A Conversation with Theresa Fallon
September 25, 2018
This episode explores the relationship between China and the European Union’s 28 member states, as well as the impact of the US on China-EU ties. Our guest, Ms. Theresa Fallon, analyzes China’s increased interest in the region amid tension with the US and assesses the efficacy of initiatives such as the 16+1 Summit and Belt and Road Initiative in strengthening China-EU ties. She also predicts where the relationship is headed and how the US should view a closer China-EU relationship.
 
Ms. Theresa Fallon is the founder and director of the Centre for Russia Europe Asia Studies (CREAS) in Brussels. She is concurrently a member of the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific and a Nonresident Senior Fellow of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Ms. Fallon’s current research is focused on EU-Asia relations, Sino-Russian relations, maritime security, global governance, and China’s Belt and Road Initiative. She has testified numerous times to the European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs and Subcommittee on Security and Defense, and has been featured in international media including the BBCCNNThe Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times.
 
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Tuesday, October 2, 2018

#br4 budapest  maths people educated there, hungarian school of economists contributed so much to world of free community entrepreneurship - it breaks my heart that the extreme anti-youth regime dictated out of the european union is direct cause of a viral populism- i was so lucky to see budapest on one of its last beautiful days hosted by george soros celebrating the open society wonders of fazle abed and paul farmer- cheered on by the then multi-culture multi-linguistic central euroepan university- along with hungary i have been deeply privileged to chat to youth in Ukraine and Poland at times  when hope was still rising- does every european century have to start with arrogant elder big brother european bureaucrats destroying youths hopes , lives and livelihoods chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

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