Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
Jun 26 , 2017
The end of the Cold War and China’s integration into the world economy generated the context that led to a serious soul searching for China’s “identity” in the international system. While a shifting balance of power, socialization, and crises have driven China’s involvement in global governance, they have not led to similar advancement in U.S.-China cooperation in global governance.
Mar 22 , 2016
Unlike security-related issue areas, the dynamic of U.S.-China health cooperation is largely insulated from the fluctuations of domestic politics and strategic foundations. Effective bilateral cooperation is under way in HIV/AIDS prevention and control, in food and drugs safety, and in addressing international public health emergencies.
Oct 03 , 2014
The SARS crisis strengthened China’s capability to handle major disease outbreaks. Yanzhong Huang calls on the international community to support West Africa through aid and workers, but also warns that nations must internally build sustainable health institutions and capacity to handle future crises.
Dec 07 , 2012
In a blog piece I posted in August 2012 on the trial of Bo Xilai’s wife Gu Kailai, I noted that “there is something seriously wrong with the Party but chan
Apr 08 , 2011
China today faces growing pressures to significantly increase its global health aid and other development assistance. Critics find it ridiculous that a country