Fu Xiaoqiang Director, Institute of Security and Arms Control, CICIR
Mar 04 , 2013
The strategic impact of China’s takeover of the management of the Gwadar port should not be overly interpreted, writes Fu Xiaoqiang. The takeover is not an effort by the Chinese military to establish a military presence in a foreign land.
Colin Moreshead Freelance Writer
Mar 01 , 2013
Tensions in US-China relations have not been eased by President Obama’s attempts to revitalize the American economy by establishing a free trade agreement with the European Union. As China has yet to become the United States’ preeminent trade partner, Colin Moreshead urges Beijing to make the first overture to improve trade between the world’s two largest economies.
Dan Steinbock Founder, Difference Group
Feb 26 , 2013
As FDI is shifting from manufacturing to services in China, the emerging Asia stands to benefit and U.S.-Chinese investment opportunities are moving to a new age.
Wu Zhenglong Senior Research Fellow, China Foundation for Int'l Studies
Feb 26 , 2013
The US should show flexibility to help to conclude the negotiation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in October this year, otherwise, the TPP talk will risk a prolonged stalemate.
Zhang Monan Senior Fellow, China Center for International Economic Exchanges
Feb 19 , 2013
China’s economic growth model is running out of steam. According to the World Bank, in the 30 years after Deng Xiaoping initiated economic reform, investment accounted for 6-8 percentage points of the country’s 9.8% average annual economic growth rate, while improved productivity contributed only 2-4 percentage points.
He Weiwen Senior Fellow, Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies
Feb 19 , 2013
Dismissing rumors of an impending trade war, He Weiwen promotes China-US business cooperation to solve America’s unemployment crisis and create a win-win scenario for both China and the United States.
James Paradise Ph.D., University of California
Feb 08 , 2013
While China and the United States have seen an uptick in the number of complaints brought before the World Trade Organization as well as outside actions increasing trade conflict, there are steps both nations may take to increase cooperation and remain competitive.
Stephen Roach Faculty Member, Yale University
Jan 30 , 2013
In a feat unmatched by other world powers, China’s economy survived its second soft landing in less than four years. However, as external factors continue to shock China, its economy has faced increasing vulnerability. Now, economic rebalancing and reform could hold the key to continued growth.
Zhang Yansheng Chief Researcher, China Center for International Economic Exchanges
Jan 29 , 2013
Zhang Yansheng writes that China's economy will enter an important period of transition in 2013, and that the prospect of global economic growth remains troubling.
Michael Justin Lee Lecturer, University of Maryland
Jan 22 , 2013
As masters of the universe prepare to meet in Davos, Switzerland for the 11th annual World Economic Forum, pessimism must not characterize perceptions of China.