In the contested South China Sea, there are increasing concerns about public agendas fuele...
Founder, Difference Group
Despite rising tension across the Taiwan Strait, Tsai has not rushed to seek independence,...
Director of Research, China Foundation for International Strategic Studies
Reuters Apr 24
A former engineer and a Chinese businessman have been charged with economic espionage and conspiring to steal trade secrets from General Electric Co to benefit China, according to an indictment unsealed by the U.S. Justice Departm...
Bloomberg Apr 24
Lighthizer, Mnuchin set to return to Beijing on Tuesday with both sides aiming for draft deal after subsequent talks in Washington.
Reuters Apr 23
The Chinese people love peace and countries should not threaten each other with the use of force, President Xi Jinping said on Tuesday as he kicked off a large-scale naval parade marking 70 years since the founding of China’s nav...
Americans should be confident in their future. China poses a serious challenge, but Washington can do much to prevent relations from turning violent.
The competing rivals are vulnerable to extraneous actions unrelated to the rivalry, by some third party, unintended by either of the principal rivals, which nonetheless one or the other feels obliged to respond to, setting up a sp...
To truly understand what led to the collapse of the second Trump-Kim summit, one must assess the context and values of each party involved.
In the wake of the Trump-Kim Summit, the US and the North Korean sides must undertake some deep reflection and must maintain contact. All is not yet lost. Recovery from the setback is possible and desirable.
Much of Trump’s wish list is pie-in-the-sky. If there is any paper agreement much beyond what China offered last May, it will consist largely of empty promises that China will be unable or unwilling to keep.
The China-US trade war is ultimately a war of attrition; both sides will lose and in the end, there will be no winner. It is inevitable the trade dispute will develop into to other dimensions of investment, finance, exchange rates...
The US should stop provoking China in the SCS.
Through the use of rhetorical narratives, the American “Free and Open Indo-Pacific” is intended to be an alternative to China’s Belt & Road Initiative, emboldening counterproductive geopolitical competition in the region.
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