- Hugh Stephens , Senior Fellow, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada
Sep 27 , 2016On the eve of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang’s official visit to Ottawa, the Globe and Mail reported that Canada and China had agreed to begin negotiations
- George Koo , Board Member, New America Media
Sep 23 , 2016September’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 im
- Hu Bo , Senior Fellow of the Pangoal Institution
Sep 22 , 2016Since 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, China is facing unprecedented difficulties and challenges there.
- He Yafei , former Vice Minister, State Council Office of Overseas Chinese Affairs
Sep 21 , 2016Standing at what President Xi Jinping calls a “historical new starting line”, China is deepening its involvement in G20 affairs and global governance. Despite geopolitical differences and divisions, major powers have been able to come together under the banner of the G20, with China playing a unifying role.
- Aaron Jed Rabena , Fellow, Philippine Council for Foreign Relations
Sep 20 , 2016To 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 each other’s actions and behavior, commit to non-militarization of the disputed areas while refraining from using confrontational rhetoric, and not force each other’s red lines in public so as to avoid either party from losing face.
- Wang Jisi , President, Institute of International and Strategic Studies, Peking University
Sep 19 , 2016The two governments have been rather successful in managing their differences and avoiding possible crises, and they have the determination and the abil
- Don M. Tow , President, New Jersey Alliance for Learning and Preserving the History of WWII in Asia
Sep 15 , 2016Has the Arbitral Tribunal decision on the South China Sea been misconstrued by main stream U.S. media? Don M. Tow explores the legality of the Permanent
- Richard Weitz , Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Sep 15 , 2016The death of President Islam Karimov of Uzbekistan could engender major changes in the Sino-Russian relationship in Central Asia, despite Beijing and Moscow maintaining a harmonious, if not especially close, partnership in the region for years.
- Erin Murphy , Founder and Principal, Inle Advisory Group
Sep 12 , 2016If the U.S. and China’s stated goals in both the G20 and the EAS hold true, Southeast Asian countries stand to benefit greatly. As is readily apparent in Myanmar, countries in the region no longer desire to be pawns in a geopolitical economic game, but rather collaborative partners to ensure fair benefits.
- Yao Yunzhu , Director, China's Academy of Military Science
Sep 12 , 2016The China-US military relationship goes beyond its traditional bilateral boundary, and moves into regional and even global arenas. With the Chinese mili