Fellow, China Institutes for Contemporary International Relations
Oct 13 , 2020
As the United States tries to recruit India into its anti-China coalition, India should be cautious. While the chance of a war is remote, the growing strategic confrontation between the world’s two largest economies could put it in a bind.
Sep 14 , 2020
China’s steady hand seems to have won the respect of the Trump administration and encouraged it to stay on track with the phase one trade deal. The talks on Aug. 25 were a rare positive note in overall relations between the two nations.
Aug 21 , 2020
As a new global power center, it doesn’t need to be part of the master-slave relationship of the United States and its allies. For now, India should be vigilant, act cautiously and wait for new forces to emerge in Washington.
May 10 , 2020
The economic a political similarities to the Great Depression are alarming. The only way to avert a more serious crisis, China believes, is for nations to act with benevolence, mutual respect and good faith.
Mar 11 , 2020
The outbreak has added new unknowns to the already uncertain phase-one trade agreement. If it leads to global recession and political unrest, the phase-one trade agreement may not mean much.
Oct 30 , 2019
Many economists say that a major global financial crisis before the 2020 presidential election is possible. If the decision helps back away from the cliff, it may well help Trump’s chances for re-election.
Oct 10 , 2019
By all appearances, the goal of anti-China hawks is to suppress the country’s rise and gain flexibility to interfere around the globe. But decoupling will only create a political and economic crisis.
Aug 19 , 2019
Examining the deepening conflict occurring in Hong Kong yields the discovery a nasty underbelly: a revolution backed by the US and its years of experience conducting “hybrid warfare” around the world.
Jul 24 , 2019
Recent behavior by the US suggests it is not as intent on reaching a “fair deal” so much as it is buying time. Even if a short term agreement is reached, it is increasingly clear that this trade dispute is a prelude to a longer struggle between a multipolar and unipolar world order.
Jun 18 , 2019
With negotiations breaking down, the China-US trade war now seems less about temporary disputes and more about a US plan to win a “clash of civilizations.” But this clash would mean unwinding generations of economic integration, with potentially disastrous results.