In the long term, institutional guarantees that offer multilateral mechanisms for cooperation, development, mutual benefit and win...
China has become a vital trading partner for the US over a long period, with bilateral commerce in 2015 reaching $598.1 billion, a...Zhou Shijian
Senior Fellow, Tsinghua Center for US-China Relations
A peace pact will yield numerous dividends for both sides and promote peace and stability in the Western Pacific, which is why pol...Dennis V. Hickey
Distinguished Professor and Director of the Graduate Program in Global Studies, Missouri State University
Enter the Rooster, exit the Monkey. As 2017 begins, Curtis S. Chin and Jose B. Collazo take look at who’s in, and who’s out in A...Curtis S. Chin
Former U.S. Ambassador to Asian Development Bank
Graduate Fellow of East Asian Studies, Yale UniversityEnter Donald Trump
Jan 17 , 2017
Few recent developments in Sino-US relations, preceding the 2016 presidential election, strained the imagination. Enter Donald Trump.
Associate-in-Research, Harvard UniversityWill the “Indispensable Nation” Become a Dispensable But “Beautiful Country” Under President Trump?
Jan 16 , 2017
By ending the TPP trade pact, China would happily expand its domain of influence in the Pacific Rim region while other American allies and friends inevitably look for a more reliab...
- Economic Ties May Not Be Enough to Prevent a Crisis in U.S. Relations with China Jan 13 , 2017
- Advancing or Regressing: Who Leads the Globalization? Jan 20 , 2017
- What Does Trump’s “America First” Outlook Mean for Sino-US Ties? Jan 20 , 2017
- Trump Administration’s Possible Military Policy Jan 19 , 2017
- Donald Trump: A Bull in a China Shop? Jan 11 , 2017
- Making China Scapegoat Is No Solution to America’s Own Problems Jan 10 , 2017
Understanding the US-China Trade Relationship
Jan 23 , 2017
The U.S.-China trade relationship actually supports roughly 2.6 million jobs in the United States across a range of industries, including jobs that Chinese companies have created i...
Vice President and Senior Fellow, Center for China and Globalization
While addressing the existing problems in the manufacturing sector at home, the in-coming Trump Administration needs to enhance collaboration with China, for more Chinese investmen...
- The President-elect’s Madman China Strategy Dec 14 , 2016
- The Only Way Forward Nov 23 , 2016
- Trump and U.S.-China Trade Tensions Nov 23 , 2016
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Carnegie Asia ProgramSoutheast Asia, the Redback, and Reality
Jan 11 , 2017
Given their economic and geographic proximity to China, Southeast Asian countries are beginning to warm up to the Chinese renminbi. At this stage, however, it would be premature fo...
Director of Macro-economy Studies, State Information CenterThe Future of China’s Economy
Jan 06 , 2017
Deeper supply-side structural reform will be pursued as China enjoys early benefits of steps taken in 2016 despite downward pressure on the nation’s economy.
In the long term, institutional guarantees that offer multilateral mechanisms for cooperation, development, mutual benefit and win-win, are essential for countries develop a sustai...
former Vice Minister, State Council Office of Overseas Chinese Affairs
What we are witnessing today is not “the toss out of globalization” or “de-globalization”, but rather a new era or phase of globalization or “re-globalization” wherein greate...
- Xi in Davos: Shared Responsibility and Global Growth Jan 18 , 2017
PhD student in International Relations, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)Relax, China: Give Trump Some Time
Jan 05 , 2017
Chinese sources have attempted to explain the seizure of a U.S. Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) with reference to maritime safety or protests over U.S. military reconnaissance in...
independent writer and researcher
Given the apparently low intelligence value of the recently seized U.S. UUV, China may have intended the seizure primarily as a provocation or warning. Though the vessels involved ...