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Commentaries by Li Zheng

Li Zheng

Assistant Research Processor, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations

Li Zheng is an Associate Research Processor at the Institute of American Studies, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations.
  • Jan 09, 2024

    Artificial intelligence is in its early stage, so it’s hard to accurately predict all its risks and benefits. But a new wave of AI is rapidly approaching. No one can afford to ignore the huge potential benefits of this technology and no one can afford to fall behind in international competition.

  • Nov 03, 2023

    In the wake of Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s visit to the U.S., windows of opportunity are opening. The constructive attitude on both sides is paying off as common ground is sought to anchor bilateral ties. This is a positive sign for the future.

  • Oct 03, 2023

    The China-US Science and Technology Cooperation Agreement is still important. It has always been the fastest to heal when frictions arise. But to extend it beyond American election cycles, both sides must make determined efforts for some time to come.

  • Apr 28, 2023

    Artificial intelligence may transform human society for the better by releasing people from repetitive work and improving the speed of innovation. But no one is immune from its potential negative social impacts and security threats. Some worry about becoming its victims.

  • Jun 15, 2022

    Neither China nor the U.S. wants to see a humanitarian crisis brought by famine in developing nations. At the UN General Assembly in September, President Xi Jinping listed food security among eight key areas for China-U.S. cooperation. There is much that the major powers can do.

  • May 20, 2022

    With the shadow of the Russia-Ukraine crisis looming in the background, America’s midterm elections will be a test of voters’ mood. Donald Trump’s sway over the Republican Party will be reinforced or repudiated. But economic factors may be the decisive factor.

  • Feb 16, 2022

    China has taken a path toward common prosperity that is different from that of the United States. It hopes to explore a Chinese solution characterized by modest, sustainable lifestyles that avoiding the overconsumption of the West. The race has just begun.

  • Dec 31, 2021

    Having achieve little in early December, the United States is looking ahead to another round in 2022. But if the Republicans return to power in the midterm election, international enthusiasm will be dampened.

  • Sep 06, 2021

    The U.S. intelligence community’s effort will not help prevent a future pandemic. Many countries will be deeply skeptical of America’s intentions and will be wary that it’s only looking for an excuse to steal biological information.

  • Jun 21, 2021

    The problem of an aging society afflicts both China and the United States, and there is plenty of room for cooperation to address common interests. As the demographic trend continues, the impact on their respective agendas will only become more pronounced.

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