In 1985, historian Walter McDougall wrote a Pulitzer Prize winning history of the Space Race. Therein, he argued that the space ra...Susan Ariel Aaronson
Research Professor of International Affairs, Elliott School of International Affairs, GWUMarianne Ojo
Visiting Professor and Post-doctoral Researcher, George Mason University
On September 3rd, the United States and China formally joined the Paris Agreement, a historic global pact to curb greenhouse gas p...Gwynne Taraska
Associate Director, Energy Policy, Center for American ProgressHugh Stephens
Senior Fellow, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada
Honorary Fellow, PLA Academy of Military ScienceValues and Implications of Sino-Russian Drills
Sep 28 , 2016
The joint operations provide Chinese forces valuable opportunities to test their skills and tactics. But if the West is really concerned with China and Russia’s intentions behind ...
Aaron Jed Rabena
Fellow, Philippine Council for Foreign Relations
To solve the misperceptions the Philippines and China have toward the other’s intentions in the South China Sea, both sides should be more open to understanding the rationale of e...
- South China Sea Dispute: Abuse of World Power Sep 15 , 2016
- Thoughts on China-Russia Joint Military Exercise in South China Sea Sep 08 , 2016
- Regional States Begin Reconciliation in the South China Sea Sep 05 , 2016
Research Fellow, China Foundation for Int'l Studies
In the face of risks and disagreements, the two sides should restart negotiations, and sincerely embark on the road of resolving both the unsettled state of war from the 1950s and ...
Senior Fellow of the Pangoal Institution
Since North Korea conducts nuclear tests frequently and countries like the U.S., Japan, South Korea have strengthened their military deployments in and around the Korean Peninsula,...
Chief of American Political Studies, CICIRWhy Is Trump the Failure of the U.S. Democracy?
Sep 14 , 2016
Whether Trump wins the election or not, we are seeing the failure of the U.S. democracy. Even if Meanwhile, Trump forced the Americans to face the inconvenient truth of their democ...
U.S. Project Director, Chatham House
The U.S.-China relationship is probably the most important one that the next president will need to manage. There would be few surprises for Asia in a Clinton presidency who would ...
Research Fellow, China Foundation for Int'l StudiesU.S. Needs New Approaches for TPP Challenges
Sep 20 , 2016
The TPP is an important piece of Obama’s strategy of rebalancing to the Asia-Pacific region, and also one of the most important political legacies he’s tried to build before leav...
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
- China’s Maritime Silk Road: Now The Smart Way Forward? Jul 21 , 2016
Board Member, New America MediaChina and the U.S.: Two Styles of World Leadership
Sep 23 , 2016
September’s global summits saw the U.S. and China agreeing to abide by the Paris Accord on limiting emission of greenhouse gases, an influential and important step in encouraging ...
Trudeau Seeks to Re-set Canada-China Tie
Sep 20 , 2016
Prime Minister Trudeau must introduce greater balance into Canada’s international trade profile in order to diversify from an overwhelming reliance on the United States and toward...
- G20 Hangzhou Summit Underscores China’s Central Role in World Economy Sep 13 , 2016
- China and the US Should Collaborate for Global Trade Growth Strategy Sep 13 , 2016
- Obama’s Legacy in China: War or Peace? Sep 09 , 2016