Research Fellow, Center for International Strategy and Security, Tsinghua University
Apr 29 , 2019
Henry Kissinger has diagnosed a “new paradigm” in China-US relations. While the good old days of cooperation may be over, both powers have a chance to put aside their worst impulses — American paranoia prompted by its decline, and Chinese chauvinism brought about by its rise — steering away from cold war confrontation, instead forging a new path forward.
Mar 06 , 2019
It seems that North Korea and the United States both harbor misjudgments about the other’s views on denuclearization, and neither has fully prepared for the responsibilities that come with denuclearizing. All the while, the window of time for fruitful negotiations in the future is narrowing.
Feb 18 , 2019
What can we expect?
Jan 07 , 2019
Both countries must manage differences and forestall risks.
Dec 18 , 2018
The U.S., constrained by unwarranted suspicion of North Korea, is to blame.
Sep 28 , 2018
The Korean Peninsula’s peace prospects depends on the sincerity of the U.S.
Sep 20 , 2018
My travels along the China-DPRK border have given me hope for North Korea’s denuclearization.
Aug 24 , 2018
The two countries are entering a phase of intense competition.
Jun 19 , 2018
How will disarmament and peace on the Korean peninsula be facilitated?
Jun 06 , 2018
The relationship is now one of competition and change.