Elliot Brennan, Project Coordinator, Institute for Security and Development Policy
Mar 08, 2013
Energy has long been both the bane and the favored instrument in the foreign policy of governments. Yet, for the US, fortunes are changing and the goal of former President Nixon’s Project Independence looks soon to be realized.
Wu Sike, Member on Foreign Affairs Committee, CPPCC
Feb 12, 2013
The development of shale gas technology is expected to rapidly change the global energy landscape, world economy and geopolitics, as we know it. As the United States prepares to become a major exporter of natural gas by 2020, cooperation and mutual trust are vital to ensure stability in the Middle East and beyond.
Feng Zhaokui, Honorary Academician, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Jan 24, 2013
The shale gas revolution is unfolding, and is expected to have a profound impact on global geopolitics in the coming years, writes Feng Zhaokui.
Zhang Monan, Senior Fellow, China Center for International Economic Exchanges
Jan 22, 2013
Severe weather forced China to transform its mode of growth by creating a sustainable economic and energy system conditions.
Christine Boyle, CEO, Blue Horizon Insight
Jan 14, 2013
Following less than productive discussions at the Doha Climate Change Conference, recent reports have warned the Earth’s temperature continues to rise as climate change worsens. While many developed and developing nations continue to face environmental challenges, China has implemented climate change policies that could serve as a model for other nations.
Melanie Hart, Director, Center for American Progress
Nov 16, 2012
To keep the country growing and provide the lifestyle benefits their citizens are asking for, China’s new leaders must shift the economy toward a new growth model and also get serious about cracking down on pollution.
Edward Alden, Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
Oct 15, 2012
President Obama became the first president in 22 years to issue a formal order blocking a foreign investment into the United States on national security grounds when he stopped a Chinese company from investing in a small Oregon wind farm. Such actions only reinforce the idea that China faces additional, unfair scrutiny when attempting to invest in the US.
Jul 31, 2012
China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) this week offered to buy Canada’s Nexen, Inc., for $15 billion. Nexen’s board is recommending the bid to share
Peggy Liu, Chair of JUCCCE
Jul 14, 2012
It is hard to imagine that China could one day lead the world in going green when you look at the smog-filled skies that are everyday reality there. The governm
Zhang Xinsheng, Executive Chairman, Eco-Forum Global
Jul 11, 2012
This is significant for human society. In the past 20 years, though achievements have been made in the areas of education, alleviation of poverty etc., the pr