Researcher, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Sep 02 , 2019
The current trade war will do little to curb China’s economic development. It masks deeper unease in the US about threats to American hegemony of an increasingly multi-polar world. Yet both countries stand to gain from continued cooperation. The escalating trade war, driven by an outdated mindset of American exceptionalism, will do more harm than good.
Jun 26 , 2019
Amid trade war and perceived China-US disagreement, silver linings are often ignored. But outside of Washington and Beijing, Sino-US cooperation is thriving at the local and private level, while China’s commitment to reform provides a stable foundation for the bilateral relationship.
Nov 26 , 2018
How will a Democrat-controlled House affect U.S. policy?
Sep 14 , 2018
The two countries must stress the positive aspects of their relationship.
Feb 08 , 2018
Dividing the world into camps of “free societies” and “repressive regimes”, and proposing to collaborate with countries of similar values to deal with “repression”, sends a message that threatens to split the international community.
Jan 25 , 2018
American paranoia at China’s so-called “sharp power” is at odds with China’s far more limited cultural influence globally compared to the US’.
Oct 31 , 2017
President Trump’s upcoming visit is an important occasion to chart the course for China-US relations, and presents an opportunity to inject new impetus for a sound and stable relationship between the two countries.
Jul 28 , 2017
While issues in bilateral economic relations and trade are negotiable, the one-China policy is not. The Trump administration should carefully sum up the lessons of previous administrations on the Taiwan question and minimize its impact on overall China-US relations so that steady progress can be made, especially in economic relations and trade, which bring tangible benefits to both sides.
Jun 28 , 2017
The future of China-US relations will to a large extent be determined by the intentions of the two countries and their views of each other. For quite some time, the US side has complained about China’s ‘lack of transparency in strategic intentions’. But as some American scholars argue, if you regard the other party as an enemy, hostility may well become a ‘self-fulfilling prophecy’.
Jun 13 , 2017
The path of green and low-carbon development outlined in the Paris Agreement fits beautifully with China’s strategy to develop an ecological civilization. Hard-won and embraced by virtually every country, its spirit stands in stark contrast to the new US president’s lack of forward thinking.