University Professor at Shanghai International Studies University
Oct 03, 2023
Domestic stability on both sides is the key to managing China-U.S. relations. But political calm is an uncertain — even unlikely — commodity, given the mixed messages delivered by high-level American officials before, during and after their visits to Beijing. The coming U.S. presidential election virtually guarantees heated rhetoric on China.
Jun 17, 2022
The Russia-Ukraine war has had a direct impact on China-U.S. relations, with American rhetoric putting China in a difficult position. Going forward, prevention of conflict between the two big powers depends not only on their own actions but also on the entire international community.
Jan 22, 2021
Rather than plunging ever deeper into the Trump rabbit hole, we are witnessing a process of higher-level integration of the world economy. Meanwhile, the new U.S. president will work to reestablish and strengthen American hegemony.
Aug 07, 2020
China’s political system is fundamentally incompatible with the mainstream of the existing international order, leaving it two choices as it considers how to fend off Trump’s onslaught.
Jun 17, 2020
US national identity has become polarized, and a tribalism has emerged under which compromise has become virtually impossible. The American melting pot of diverse cultures and broad tolerance has been damaged.
May 05, 2020
Sharing details of China’s success against the pandemic is an effective response to the reckless and morally bankrupt claim that the country is responsible for the global spread of the coronavirus.
Sep 10, 2019
Demonstrations didn’t develop overnight but arose from a long pattern of alienation. Stability will return only when the root cause of Hong Kong’s illness — elite rule — is removed.
Nov 13, 2018
What do the midterm election results mean for Sino-American relations?
Jun 25, 2018
China’s rise has changed the global landscape.
May 19, 2017
China must reconsider its approach to the DPRK nuclear issue, reverse its passive strategic position, and not equate the security of North Korea with the security of the Kim regime. Beijing should openly state that it will neither allow a war in North Korea, nor merely look on while North Korea becomes Northeast Asia’s “Middle East”.