- The rise of cyberspace to strategic significance between China and the United States reflects convergence of two trends--China's emergence as a great power and the Internet's transformation into a critical political, economic, and military resource. As with the high seas and outer space, cyberspace has become a high-profile location for geo-political rivalry over power and ideas, especially between the G2.
- In U.S.-China relations, each decade seems to have its own thorny issue that rises above the others and defines the relationship to a disproportionate degree.Recent developments suggest that cybersecurity is going to be the U.S.-China issue of this decade – and it just might make the other issues look easy by comparison.
- Editorial Board ,
Jul 05 , 2011Mr. John Mroz, President and CEO of EastWest Insitute, talks about the Second Worldwide Cyber Security Summit and global cooperation on global cyber threats.
- Elizabeth Economy , Senior Fellow & Director, Asia Studies
Jul 01 , 2011It is summertime, and everyone is out sailing on the South China Sea. Unfortunately, the waters have gotten a bit choppy. The Philippines and Vietnam, in part
- Li Xiguang ,
Jun 29 , 2011A recent Wall Street Journal report claims that Pakistan has urged Afghan President Hamid Karzai to turn to China as a reliable ally to lead Afghanistan and Pak
- Today many countries celebrate International Children's Day. Let me first of all extend my best wishes to your children and children around the world. This
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Jun 28 , 2011Henry Kissinger, an architect of the opening of U.S. relations with China in the 1970s, told a Thomson Reuters event that Washington and Beijing both had signif
- Shen Yi ,
Jun 28 , 2011Changing the perception of cyber security, developing a code of conduct, and putting a collaborative structure in place to deal with its different kinds of challenges are three main tasks for decision makers both in Beijing and Washington in the near future.
- Carlyle Thayer , Emeritus Professor at the University of New South Wales
Jun 23 , 2011In July 2010, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton addressed reporters after attending the 17th ministerial meeting of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations
- Ten years on and the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) remains a work in progress. It has achieved much in its short life, but its hesitation in resolving