Senior Fellow, Center for China and Globalization, CCG
Dec 14, 2022
After the Xi-Biden meeting in Bali, attention should turn in earnest to a global vision in which the two countries share a common obligation — supporting globalization and multilateralism — not only to manage differences but also to avoid economic fragmentation.
Oct 27, 2022
Modernization is the only way forward for China, which is offering enormous opportunities, not threats, to the world. There is every reason to seek areas of mutual benefit with the United States and the road map to the future, if followed, will be good for China and good for America.
Jul 12, 2022
The systemic challenge for the U.S. is not China but the worst inflation in 40 years. In fact, fragmentation does not seem to be happening in the real world. Even an Asia-Pacific version of NATO will not likely divide the region, as China will continue to be a major trade partner.
May 17, 2022
A robust semiconductor supply chain without China is out of question, while complimentary China-U.S. cooperation would make the global supply chain both complete and resilient for years to come.
Apr 11, 2022
The Ukraine conflict will hit low-income developing countries with particular ferocity. These countries are not in Europe, nor are they involved in the war. Yet their people will suffer soaring energy costs, hunger, poverty and financial ruin.
Feb 25, 2022
The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework proposed by the United States should blend with existing regional free trade arrangements, which are already well-developed. A quick look at the numbers shows there’s no advantage to leaving out Asia’s trade behemoth.
Dec 24, 2021
Despite a meeting of presidents and intensive talks at lower levels, the United States has not fundamentally altered its position. This needs to change. Next year should be characterized by reasonable, constructive efforts — followed by action — to ease the current tensions.
Nov 30, 2021
U.S. President Joe Biden’s assurances during the video summit with Chinese President Xi Jinping need to be transformed into concrete progress. Both the United States and China should do their best to bring about a substantive improvement in trade relations in near future, thereby sealing the summit's success.
Oct 13, 2021
The only correct and feasible way to manage bilateral trade and competition is to apply WTO rules. China and the United States should list each other’s concerns and find solutions compatible with WTO rules on subsidies, policies and national safety. it’s the only way to sustain a durable coexistence.
Sep 25, 2021
Trade between China and the United States is growing, defying a disabling global pandemic and the Trump tariffs. The continuation of the Trump trade policy will only lead to a dead end.