China is increasingly portrayed as the next disaster in a crisis-prone world. Stephen S. Roach disagrees, recognizing his minority...Stephen Roach
Faculty Member, Yale UniversityYang Wenjing
Chief of US Foreign Policy, Institutes of Contemporary International Relations
In many Western democracies, this is a year of revolt against elites. The success of the Brexit campaign in Britain, Donald Trump...Joseph Nye
Professor, Harvard UniversityDoug Bandow
Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Vice President, Chinese Institute of Contemporary International RelationsFour Changes in China-U.S. Relations
Oct 11 , 2016
Evolving circumstances mean that new approaches are essential to maintain the momentum that ties between the two countries have enjoyed for 30 years. If Beijing and Washington can ...
Visiting Professor and Post-doctoral Researcher, George Mason University
Marianne Ojo analyzes the effect that foreign affairs, national security, and economic concerns have on the narratives present in the U.S. Presidential debates. Just how devastatin...
- Obama’s Legacy in China: War or Peace? Sep 09 , 2016
a strategic thinker and veteran program managerIt Isn’t Leadership If No One Else Stands with You.
Oct 13 , 2016
American foreign policy debates tend to focus disproportionally on the Middle East. To correct this tendency, the Obama administration’s adopted the so-called pivot to Asia (aka ...
Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Recent speeches given to the UN General Assembly by the U.S. and China illustrate sharp differences in areas such as domestic political systems, appropriate roles and relationships...
- China and the U.S.: Two Styles of World Leadership Sep 23 , 2016
- China-U.S. Relations Have Entered A “New Normal” Sep 19 , 2016
Executive Director, China Foundation for Int'l StudiesThe “Duterte Phenomenon” and the U.S. Factor
Oct 17 , 2016
The rise and posture of the Philippines president is not an unpredictable eruption but the natural evolution of a changing global environment, and the result will be a more balance...
Track II diplomacy’s results remain mixed, but it takes only one successful attempt to provide concrete and specific agenda items for formal talks. It is within this lens that the...
- Breaking the Ice in the South China Sea Oct 13 , 2016
- South China Sea Militarization: The Chinese Perspective Oct 03 , 2016
- Values and Implications of Sino-Russian Drills Sep 28 , 2016
Research Director, India China and America InstituteU.S. 2016 Divides Advanced and Emerging Economies
Oct 14 , 2016
In Europe, Asia, and South America, preferences for either Clinton or Trump differ based on the candidates’ views on trade, the economy, and foreign policy doctrine. Though Clinto...
Christopher A. McNally
Professor of Political Economy, Chaminade UniversityThe Rise of Neo-Isolationism
Oct 20 , 2016
The critical U.S. presidential election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton not only matters for China-U.S. relations, but also reflects how a new and potent form of isolation...
- Obama’s Legacy: US-China Relations and the 2016 U.S Presidential Results Oct 07 , 2016
- America’s China Policy and Its Implications for Allies Sep 07 , 2016
- How Donald Trump Demonstrates a Problem with the American Political System Sep 05 , 2016
VP, China Institutes of Contemporary Int'l RelationsBelt and Road Initiative Makes Strong Progress
Sep 05 , 2016
As the international economic environment is rather complicated, B&R will involve enormous investments, long construction cycles and slow payback, with various risks and challenges...
China-Southeast Asia Connectivity: Opportunities and Challenges for the Maritime Silk Road
Aug 15 , 2016
Connectivity is a shared interest for China and Southeast Asia, and the Maritime Silk Road represents part of the continuing efforts to highlight this. Southeast Asia is important ...