Wang Yi pointed out that in 2016 China's diplomacy was more proactive, more enterprising, more confident, and more mature.Wang Yi
Foreign Minister of the People's Republic of China
Vice Premier Wang Yang of China reassures U.S. business leaders that China would continue to open up its domestic market, make its...Wang Yang
Vice Premier, State Council of People's Republic of China
U.S. Says No Change in its Taiwan Policy
Dec 06 , 2016
State Department says that the U.S. remains firmly committed to the “one China” policy, and that’s based on the three joint communiques and the Taiwan Relations Act and there’s...
Professor, Renmin UniversityWhat a Trump Presidency Means to the World and China
Nov 18 , 2016
Trump’s security and diplomatic policies may offer opportunities for China, but that would be secondary compared with the damage he may inflict on China-US economic and financial ...
- Neutrality: Donald Trump’s Best Choice for the U.S.? Nov 17 , 2016
- Whither the US Alliance under Trump Administration Nov 16 , 2016
- Befuddle, Muddle, or Huddle? Nov 11 , 2016
- Why Are So Many First-generation Chinese Immigrants Supporting Donald Trump? Nov 07 , 2016
Chief of US Foreign Policy, Institutes of Contemporary International Relations
While the outgoing US president has been visionary in his effort to refurbish America’s image abroad, his embrace of rules-based order — with its traditional domination by Washin...
Director, Institute of American Studies, CICIREmerging New Equilibrium in China-US Relations
Oct 28 , 2016
Despite some real tensions, the two countries are using high-level exchanges, close cooperation on global issues and improved ties between their militaries to keep bilateral relati...
- Four Changes in China-U.S. Relations Oct 11 , 2016
- Obama’s Legacy: US-China Relations and the 2016 U.S Presidential Results Oct 07 , 2016
- Obama’s Legacy in China: War or Peace? Sep 09 , 2016
Lucio Blanco Pitlo III
Lecturer, Chinese Studies Program, Ateneo de Manila University
Under Duterte’s administration, the Philippines are moving toward major policy shifts, particularly in regards to U.S. and China relations. China is an emerging outbound investor ...
Richard Javad Heydarian
author of "Asia's New Battlefield: US, China, and the Struggle for Western Pacific"
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s emerging foreign policy is a cocktail of reckless rhetoric and shrewd strategic calculus. The Duterte administration has made it clear that ...
- The “Duterte Phenomenon” and the U.S. Factor Oct 17 , 2016
- Breaking the Ice to Warm Relations: Ramos-Fu Track II Meeting and Beyond Oct 17 , 2016
- Breaking the Ice in the South China Sea Oct 13 , 2016
- South China Sea Militarization: The Chinese Perspective Oct 03 , 2016
Chair Professor, Schwarzman Scholars program, Tsinghua UniversityOne World, Two Systems
Nov 11 , 2016
Democracies aim to improve their democratic system while learning from the best of meritocratic practices, and meritocracies aim to improve their meritocratic system while learning...
former Vice Minister, State Council Office of Overseas Chinese Affairs
China favors building new international relations based on a win-win approach through cooperation. China’s pursuit of global partnership should not be misperceived as an effort by...
- Major Countries Need to Build Trust Oct 27 , 2016
- Sino-U.S. Divisions Weigh Heavily on Next UN Secretary General Oct 13 , 2016
- It Isn’t Leadership If No One Else Stands with You. Oct 13 , 2016
Research Fellow, Institute for China-America Studies
The importance of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is clear in regards to its place in economic and foreign policy. How it fits into U.S.-China relations is less obvious. Wh...
Rajawali Senior Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School of GovernmentPresident Xi’s Silk Road Conundrum
Oct 24 , 2016
A closer look at the Maritime Silk Road plan suggests that materializing the ambitious initiative is facing several challenges due to grievances with some stakeholders in the Indo-...