The Gu Kailai murder trial was held on August 9th in Hefei Intermediate People’s Court in Anhui Province. Partly because Gu Kailai is the wife of Bo Xilai, a disgraced Chinese politician, and partly because the victim, Neil Heywood, was a British Businessman, the trial of this case attracted many people’s attention from home and [...]
Despite intense focus on U.S. domestic policy, China has been steadily gaining momentum as an important issue in the U.S. Presidential election. Regardless of which candidate wins, the next president must manage the complex U.S.-China relationship and match rhetoric against reality.
Since the beginning of the formal Sino-US relationship, China has always followed the US presidential elections with a degree of trepidation and a clearly preferred candidate. In this election however, both candidates seem set to follow similar policies leaving China with little discernable difference between the two.
"Winner Take All" author Dambisa Moyo argues that China's way of doing business with the developing world is often more popular with locals than that of the US. Shal also talks about the economic and political contest between American and China will determine the developing world's future. The Daily Show [...]
China and US should hold dialogues to build mutual trust on human rights issues, democracy and the rule of law China and the United States have wrapped up their 17th round of dialogue on human rights in Washington. The Chinese side presented the recent measures it has taken to improve legislation, judicial justice and people's [...]
The re-establishment of US-China relations in 1971 marked a strategic step that ended China’s isolation and transformed the global balance of power. Since that historic milestone, the United States as an established superpower and China as an emerging global power stand at the crossroads of cooperation and competition. Washington and Beijing understand the high stakes [...]