Researcher, China Institutes of Contemporary Int'l Relations
Jul 13, 2022
The development and growth in the United States has gone awry. Political dynamics are in disarray. Contention is everywhere. Its strategic focus has drifted. In short, America’s approach is undermining its own long-term development prospects, and it’s not conducive to the shared and balanced development of the world.
Feb 20, 2022
Different security concepts held by Russia, Europe and the United States lie at the core of the crisis and won’t be easy to reconcile. As America promotes fear of an imminent invasion, Russia has remained poised, and Europe — which has ceded its security to the U.S. —simply hopes for the best.
Jan 05, 2022
A permanent reduction in global oil and gas output may come sooner than expected. Fossil energy companies are looking ahead with caution. Instead of investing their profits in exploration or production, they are turning to capital markets.
Dec 22, 2021
Unless the United States comes up with a way to promote regional interaction, it will become increasingly difficult to return to a constructive track. It risks becoming a bystander, a follower or even a saboteur of economic cooperation.
May 28, 2021
China and the United States should proceed from easier topics to more difficult ones, seeking new paradigms of interaction under new circumstances. Success in climate cooperation, if achieved, may serve as a demonstration of feasibility for other areas.
Apr 06, 2021
Europe needs sustainable China policy, as it currently finds itself in a dilemma. It wants the economic benefits of trade with China, but it is loath to cut ties with the United States, which it needs for markets and security. It a fast-changing world, it needs to find a path forward.
Mar 11, 2021
The new U.S. president is relying is his political memory as he approaches relations with Europe. But the world no longer matches the memories. He will face significant new hurdles. Donald Trump made structural changes that will not be easy to undo.
Oct 11, 2018
There are three important elements.
May 28, 2018
What’s behind this changing relationship?
Jun 02, 2016
Ultimately, the regional order is shaped by economic relations. The current cooperation structure accommodates the interests and comfort levels of multiple parties, and opens up new space for compromise and dynamic balance through mutual adaptation and acceptance. China has gained invaluable experience in neighborhood diplomacy, and the country’s neighbors have gradually gotten used to China's rise.