Mohan Malik Professor, Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies
May 21 , 2012
The US-China relationship is undoubtedly the world’s most important bilateral relationship of the early 21st century. It not only influences the state of other
Walter Clemens Professor, Boston University
May 17 , 2012
Having articulated in 1946-1947 America’s strategy to contain Soviet expansion, George F. Kennan in the mid-1950s warned Washington not to engage in a self-
Anand Giridharadas Column Writer, New York Times
May 16 , 2012
Many in the West take a simplistic view of the current challenges China faces and fail to appreciate that China is indeed opening up and becoming freer, at its own pace. The West would do well to remember the challenges and lack of freedoms their own countries faced while they progressed through their history.
Tao Wenzhao Researcher, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
May 07 , 2012
The fourth round of the Strategic and Economic Dialogue (S&ED) has successfully concluded with 67 key points. These agreements cover a wide range of issues, bil
Zha Daojiong Professor, Peking University
May 04 , 2012
Of the more than 60 dialogue mechanisms between Beijing and Washington, the annual China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue tops in terms of the rank of participating officials, the involvement of government departments, and the coverage of topics for discussion.
Constance Morella Former US Ambassador to OECD
May 03 , 2012
This week, officials from both China and the United States gather in Beijing to address a myriad of bilateral, regional and global political, strategic, securit
David Shambaugh Gaston Sigur Professor, George Washington University
May 01 , 2012
On 3-4 May 2012 the United States and China convene their 2012 “Strategic and Economic” Dialogue. As the two powers and governments meet in Beijing for two days of intensive discussions and negotiations over a wide range of complicated issues, much uncertainty surrounds the relationship.
Cai Penghong Senior Fellow, SIIS
May 01 , 2012
A number of events that have occurred in North Korea (DPRK) within the past few months have captured the world’s attention. The sudden death of North Korean le
Stapleton Roy Director, Kissinger Institute
Apr 26 , 2012
In an exclusive interview, Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy speaks about China’s increasing influence in international institutions and the idea of international structural change. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the US is generally perceived as the sole super power nation. This notion has changed as the rise of many developing countries start to participate more actively in international affairs. He envisions China’s role in selecting heads of IMF and the World Bank will increase.
Richard Weitz Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Apr 25 , 2012
The majority of discussions at the April 2012 U.S. Army War College’s 23rd annual Strategy Conference focused on the rise of China and the People’s Liberation Army. Despite U.S. concerns over a lack of transparency in China’s military, the 23rd annual Strategy Conference agreed the ties linking China and the U.S. make future conflicts unlikely.