The recently concluded (non)case of the government vs. Dr. Bo Jiang bore a striking resemblance to the scandalous Wen Ho Lee case that occurred in 1999 and strongly suggests that racial profiling and bigotry is still alive and well, at least in Virginia.
Qin Xiaoying, China Foundation for International & Strategic Studies
While the American Dream is often portrayed through cinema, music and speeches in America, Qin Xiaoying describes how Xi Jinping has reasserted the Chinese Dream and incorporated the desire to shed an oppressive history into a collective movement for the nation.
Chen Yonglong & Xue Junying, China Foundation for International Studies
China faces numerous trials along its path to become a major power. It is crucial for China’s development to choose a proper path forward while celebrating the centennial of the People’s Republic of China.
Stephen S. Roach, faculty member at Yale University and former Chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia
The debate is over. After six years of weighing the options, China is now firmly committed to implementing a new growth strategy. At least, that’s the verdict I gleaned from the just-completed annual China Development Forum, long China’s most important dialogue with the outside world.
Dan Steinbock, Research Director, India China and America Institute
With the end of the National People’s Congress, Dan Steinbock writes that China should expect economic and financial reforms, international recalibration, and gradual political transition. Xi jinping and Li Keqiang must also balance regional interests to fulfill the “Chinese Dream.”