President, Institute of International and Strategic Studies, Peking University
Jun 23, 2021
The United States and China are embroiled in a contest that might prove more enduring, more wide-ranging, and more intense than any other international competition in modern history, including the Cold War. In both countries, fears have grown that the contest might escalate into open conflict.
Mar 11, 2021
Confrontation can come from lack of understanding and a difference of emphasis. At bottom, the Chinese want to set up principles before trying to resolve specific problems, while the Americans are eager to address specifics before improving the relationship.
Jun 18, 2020
There are many factors in play that work against a precipitous break in China-U.S. relations. The current fever of confrontation will break if the two countries adhere to a few bottom-line principles.
Feb 01, 2019
Despite their deeply intertwined economies, China and the U.S. remain fundamentally different societies in terms of politics and core values. The sooner the U.S. accepts this truth, the better China-U.S. relations will be.
Dec 15, 2017
China should start building a community with a shared future for mankind from the Asia Pacific.
Sep 19, 2016
The two governments have been rather successful in managing their differences and avoiding possible crises, and they have the determination and the ability to continue safeguarding the overall China-US relationship. In the new normal, both sides need to direct their efforts at clearly explaining to their people the strategic intent of no conflict and no confrontation as well as their willingness to cooperate.
Jul 24, 2013
Eminent scholar Wang Jisi reviews the study US-China 2022: Economic Relations in the Next Ten Years, and describes the proposals for the governments and business communities of the two countries as extraordinarily glittering and encouraging.
Apr 16, 2012
A recent study co-authored by Dr. Kenneth Lieberthal and Dr.Wang Jisi has aroused a great deal of interest among Chinese and American officials and policy analysts who are concerned about the relationship. One frequently asked question is: given the degree of the mutual distrust and the difficulty in reducing it, are the two countries heading for a long-term strategic rivalry and confrontation?
May 18, 2011
Professor Wang Jisi, Dean of the School of International Relations at PKU explains why the SSD is important to building strategic trust between China and US
Feb 16, 2011
The events in 2010 related to China-US relations do not bode well for regional stability in Asia. The first three months of 2010 witnessed bilateral contentions