Chair, NPC Foreign Affairs Committee
Apr 19 , 2018
The world has seen enough great power conflict.
Dec 19 , 2017
The Korean nuclear issue has now entered a dangerous stage like a fast train in a dark tunnel. The window for peaceful settlement isn’t completely closed and the current crisis should be turned to an opportunity.
Dec 11 , 2017
In China, it’s widely believed that the most important driving force for economic growth in the first quarter of century after the Cold War has been economic globalization. The world economy has expanded more than three times, lifting many people out of poverty.
May 02 , 2017
The debate about “world order” and “China’s new leadership role” is attracting more attention especially when China has more loudly expressed support to the economic globalization and free-trade at a time when these ideas are under criticism in the Western world. Many in China who are also interested in the debate find the concepts behind these terms are not as clear as they may look.
May 02 , 2017
The Korean nuclear issue is the most complicated and uncertain factor for Northeast Asian security. It has now become the focus of attention in the Asia Pacific and even the world at large. Now, as the issue continues to heat up, one frequently raised question is: Why can’t China take greater responsibility and make North Korea stop its nuclear weapons program?
Dec 02 , 2016
The following are remarks by Madam Fu Ying, chairperson of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National People's Congress, at the inaugural China-U.S. Forum at
Oct 27 , 2016
(Fu Ying addressed at the Valdai International Discussion Club.)It's an honor to be invited to the Valdai International Discussion Club.Founded in 2004, the Val
Sep 02 , 2016
As both China and the U.S. play critical roles in reshaping global governance, there is a need for a new concept of “order” that is all inclusive and can accommodate the interests and concerns of all countries, providing a common roof for all.
May 12 , 2016
The future direction of trend would very much depend on the perceptions and choices of the parties involved. If they choose to cooperate, they may all win. If they choose to confront each other, they may only head for impasse or even conflict and no one can benefit totally.
Feb 15 , 2016
— “Doubling Down? China and International Order(s)” (By Fu Ying, Munich Security Conference 2016, 13 February 2016) As the Chinese year of Monkey has just a