TANG PRIZE/Economist Jeffrey Sachs on Taiwan-China frictions: 'We all should want peace'
06/18/2022 08:58 PM
Taipei, June 18 (CNA) Renowned economist Jeffrey Sachs, who has been named this year's Tang Prize laureate in sustainable development, commented Saturday on the rising tensions between Taiwan and China, saying it is important for both sides to aim for peace and keep the lines of communication open.
(Full text of the story is now in CNA English news archive. To view the full story, you will need to be a subscribed member of the CNA archive. To subscribe, please read here.)
More in TANG PRIZE
- Former Tang Prize laureate touts need to focus on climate resilienceVeerabhadran Ramanathan, a recipient of the 2018 Tang Prize on sustainable development, said in a recent interview with CNA that climate change is currently not only about ...04/21/2023 08:29 PM
- Tang Prize laureate shares philosophy as researcher, founder, mentorCanadian researcher Pieter Cullis, one of the three laureates receiving this year's Tang Prize in Biopharmaceutical Science, on Wednesday shared how he conducted academic ...09/28/2022 10:56 PM
- Economist Jeffrey Sachs urges dialogue amid rising Taiwan-China tensionsRenowned economist Jeffrey Sachs, who has been named this year's Tang Prize laureate for sustainable development, has urged Taiwan and China to commit to dialogue to find a ...09/26/2022 07:22 PM
Taiwan shares open higher06/09/2023 09:12 AM
Vice President Lai calls for economic pact with Australia06/08/2023 11:26 PM
Nantou educator accused of sexually abusing students06/08/2023 11:21 PM
Dwight Howard's return to Taiwan in question over new contract06/08/2023 10:22 PM
License of Kid Castle franchise accused of sedating children revoked06/08/2023 10:09 PM