Fellow, China Institutes for Contemporary International Relations
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.
Nov 30 , 2018
American policymakers increasingly favor confronting China.
Oct 26 , 2018
Interpol plays a very important role in stopping transnational crime.
Aug 09 , 2018
Su Jingxiang analyses Donald Trump’s priorities to predict what actions he will take in the international arena.
Jun 26 , 2018
The US’ increasingly hard line on China makes it harder to avoid confrontation.