Director of China Foundation for International Strategic Studies, Senior Adviser at Pangoal Institution
Oct 22 , 2018
They need to talk.
Oct 02 , 2018
Improving China-Japan relations pave the way for improving China-US relations.
Jul 16 , 2018
This is how a cold war between China and the US might start.
Jun 20 , 2018
Despite increasing friction between them, China and the US should be able to work things out.
May 07 , 2018
There are several possible outcomes to the DPRK nuclear issue.
Jul 05 , 2017
Achieving denuclearization and peace on the Korean Peninsula should be the priority. The major concerns of all parties regarding national security should be understood, and an equilibrium point should be sought regarding security. Effectively managing concerns regarding THAAD is necessary to solve this difficult problem.
Apr 19 , 2017
China-US military relations have reached another crossroads with Donald Trump as the new US president. Whether the two sides tend to have more competition and friction or more dialogue and cooperation will shape the two countries’ overall relationship in a major way.
Nov 05 , 2015
Inserting itself in the South China Sea disputes and sending a warship to the waters close to China’s islands and reefs, the U.S. risks escalating the trend of militarization in the region. While the two countries need “quiet diplomacy” to resolve differences, further escalation in U.S. military actions will certainly alienate the general public of China and cause a tougher military response, significantly amplifying the risk of a conflict between the two countries.
Apr 09 , 2015
Previous U.S.-China issues of friction are becoming magnified again: Taiwai-Strait militarization, tension on the Korean Peninsula, maritime tension in the East and South China Seas, and security issues in cyberspace. Zhang Tuosheng calls on both nations to improve their desire to not seek conflict as a solution, strengthen and improve their liaison mechanism, enhance the role of research, and hold joint meetings.
Nov 07 , 2014
Two years after the zenith of tension on Diaoyu Islands, the APEC conference in Beijing presents an opportunity for China-Japan bilateral relations to move forward if a common understanding of history and sovereignty is reached.