Former President, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations
Apr 12 , 2019
China-U.S. relations are now “too big to fail,” and thus the two countries must seek a new pragmatic balance in their relationship.
Mar 14 , 2019
To truly understand what led to the collapse of the second Trump-Kim summit, one must assess the context and values of each party involved.
Feb 12 , 2019
The China-US relationship is changing.
Jul 25 , 2018
Despite increased tension and sociopolitical changes, China and the US must continue to find common ground for cooperation to promote peace and stability in a multipolar world.
May 04 , 2018
It is in the two countries’ fundamental interests to handle the issue in a rational manner, and avoid a lose-lose outcome.
Feb 01 , 2018
In a recent speech, Xi Jinping referred to a “period of historic opportunities” instead of a “period of strategic opportunities.”
Oct 09 , 2017
It is well known that tremendous differences exist between China and the US, the world’s two most important countries. How can this gap be breached?
Aug 29 , 2017
Even as the US-China relationship goes through an inevitable crisis, there are grounds for cautious optimism.
Feb 10 , 2017
The new president’s simplistic and arbitrary approach other countries is a double-edged sword that will bring a series of negative impacts on US foreign policies. While his China policy seems to be a work in progress, his sense of ‘two Chinas’ will pose a serious challenge to the diplomatic framework that has provided stability since the Nixon administration. Meanwhile, China should adhere to its own agenda and avoid being distracted by outside provocations.
Nov 30 , 2016
While the president-elect’s rhetoric suggests an isolationist turn, the reshaping of the US political landscape and Trump’s pragmatic, businesslike approach to decision-making suggest that his policies still defy easy prediction. Demanding that subordinates be highly loyal and obedient, he can be unscrupulous in order to achieve his goals, but at the same time does not lack flexibility in tactics.