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Commentaries by Wu Zurong

Wu Zurong

Research Fellow, China Foundation for Int'l Studies

Wu Zurong is a research fellow at the China Foundation for International Studies.
  • Nov 03, 2021

    The U.S. faces many serious downsides at it attempts to hold back the inevitable rise of the world’s second-most powerful economy. America should ask itself how long it can realistically expect to do so.

  • Oct 13, 2021

    Progress should not be in perception alone but should translate to real action. There is reason for optimism after three rounds of discussion — in Anchorage, Tianjin and Zurich — yet it appears the Biden administration is not yet ready to fundamentally change Donald Trump’s anti-China policy.

  • Sep 18, 2021

    Separation of individual issues is not possible, in China’s view. A different concept of Sino-U.S. relations is therefore needed. While U.S. President Joe Biden will need courage and wisdom to discard the current American policy, which is centered on the containment of China, that doesn’t mean sacrificing America’s global stature.

  • Aug 23, 2021

    Reassuring verbal messages from high levels in the United States government regarding China are nice to hear but are little more than public relations. American credibility is so poor that few believe such statements are sincere. Actions speak louder than words, and they tell a different story.

  • Jul 16, 2021

    Biden has yielded to pressure in a domestic political struggle and has refused to give up the tradition of flaunting U.S. superiority by subduing any power that may grow to challenge America’s hegemonic position in the world.

  • Jun 07, 2021

    It would be a blessing to the world if China were simply supported in its peaceful development. But the opposite is happening. For months, the Biden administration’s approach has attempted to contain China’s rise. Troubling consequences are emerging.

  • Apr 28, 2021

    For the sake of the shared interests of the human family, the U.S. needs to join hands with China and other countries for global governance and deal with urgent challenges, including the suppression of the COVID-19 pandemic and a reinvigoration of the world economy.

  • Mar 24, 2021

    Regrettably, Joe Biden, the new president of the United States, has failed to pick up on changes in global realities in which American values do not fit for many other countries. The U.S. should work on putting its own house in order and meanwhile mind its own business.

  • Feb 24, 2021

    In the shadow of the most aggressively anti-China president in recent memory, there is much work to be done to repair the relationship between not just China-U.S. leaders, but between the citizens they’ve turned against each other in their respective countries.

  • Jan 29, 2021

    The United States is at a turning point. It can heal the wounds inflicted by Donald Trump on China-U.S. relations if it’s willing to reverse its containment strategy and return to civilized principles.

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