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Commentaries by He Yafei

He Yafei

Former Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs

He Yafei is former vice minister of foreign affairs and senior research fellow at the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China.
  • May 08 , 2017

    He Yafei critiques President Trump's "America First' agenda, stating that cooperation between China and the U.S. in infrastructure holds the most promise.

  • May 08 , 2017

    OBOR is not designed as a power play of geopolitics to rob the United States of its global leadership, rather, the U.S. can benefit from its participation in OBOR.

  • May 06 , 2017

    Security has been elevated in the 'Four-Pillared Comprehensive Dialogue' between China and the U.S., underlining the mutuality of the strategic objectives of both nations.

  • May 04 , 2017

    Reaching consensus, respecting differences and creating real benefits to real people are key to ensuring the success of the “One Belt, One Road” initiative.

  • May 02 , 2017

    He Yafei touches upon the issues of Taiwan and South China Sea in the third part of "He Talks", claiming that Taiwan is "the core of the core interests of China".

  • Apr 26 , 2017

    He Yafei discusses the "100-day plan" that came out of the Xi-Trump summit at Mar-a-Lago and proposes a "2+1 plan" to reduce the U.S. trade deficit with China.

  • Apr 21 , 2017

    China will not allow war at its doorstep, claimed He Yafei, a former top Chinese diplomat, during an interview on Korean Peninsula crisis in Beijing on April 15.

  • Apr 12 , 2017

    Mar-a-Lago summit has offered predictability and sense of direction for the bilateral ties.

  • Mar 20 , 2017

    Recent nationalistic trends suggest not that globalization is dead but that it has entered a new phase. It is overly simplistic to define the momentum for change as “anti-globalization”. China now needs to work harder than ever in order to optimize and even lead globalization.

  • Mar 12 , 2017

    Common strategic interests of both countries require the U.S. and China to contribute to a new security framework in Asia-Pacific, by working together towards a better security arrangement for the region. Over-reliance on military alliances targeting third parties cannot replace efforts to provide adequate security for all.

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