Researcher, PLA Academy of Military Science
Dec 22 , 2017
Despite some friction, the China-U.S. military relationship has held.
Nov 02 , 2017
Here’s what China and the US should do to move their relationship forward.
Oct 09 , 2017
Since China joined the internet in 1994, China-US cyber relations have gone through three stages. What might the fourth stage look like?
Sep 21 , 2017
The small Pacific country of Palau is a lynchpin in America’s security network. China can learn from this.
Jun 20 , 2017
While the annual US Defense Department report interestingly reflects some strong domestic resistance against military exchanges between the two countries, it is mostly a rehash of previous reports, seemingly put together in a hurry by an over-tasked Pentagon.
Jun 02 , 2017
President Trump’s first budget is a preliminary fulfillment of his promises to increase defense spending, improve military readiness, and strengthen the armed forces. But special interests in Congress – and some big legal questions – make its final adoption and form unpredictable.
Mar 08 , 2017
Despite three major obstacles -- U.S. arms sales to Taiwan, close-in reconnaissance and discriminatory laws – a review of China-US military contacts in 2016 suggests that the armed forces of both countries are determined to sustain a relationship despite recurring tensions. Promoted by top-level policies, the two sides should maintain close communication, increase practical cooperation, and manage differences and contradictions.
Oct 04 , 2016
The PLA should not only collaborate in US-led exercises to get familiar with American weapon systems and the tactics they employ, the Chinese should embrace the model and initiate joint exercises of its own. That would demonstrate its readiness both to face foreign intervention and to preserve regional security and stability as it assume mores global responsibilities.
Aug 12 , 2016
Cooperation in non-security areas is stimulating more opportunities in security areas, despite efforts by third parties to diminish strategic trust between the two navies.
Jun 03 , 2016
The more the U.S. emphasizes “rebalance”, the more we see that the most awkward balance is between White House and Congress, between the Chinese mainland and Taiwan, and between U.S. allies and China. A US House resolution that offers tacit support to Taiwan independence was a strategic error that should be corrected for the sake of all sides.