Former visiting professor at Peking University
Feb 12, 2022
The global pandemic no longer holds the world hostage as it did in 2020 - yet it’s effects and deadly consequences are still present along with the lingering threat of war and economic collapse.
May 03, 2019
Over the past two years, American foreign-policy elites have increasingly cast China not only as a competitor to the United States, but as an enemy on a par with the Soviet Union. Although anti-Chinese rhetoric in the US is not new, President Donald Trump’s administration has greatly sharpened and amplified it. This is despite the deep economic ties between the two countries, a multitude of scientific and educational collaborations, and China’s consistent policy of non-intervention in US affairs.
Jul 26, 2018
The tariffs lobbed between the United States and China have morphed into an economic conflict of concerning proportions. But is this monetary dispute the prelude to a much larger clash between these two world powers?