David Shambaugh Gaston Sigur Professor, George Washington University
Aug 03 , 2012
As the U.S. presidential election swings into its final three months, the Republican challenger Mitt Romney is beginning to define his foreign policy beliefs. U
Zhao Minghao Research Fellow, Charhar Institute
Jul 24 , 2012
To be a very powerful state in world politics does not make for an easy life. China increasingly realizes the predicaments it faces while its power has been growing rapidly. Indeed, the disturbance of China’s regional diplomacy in recent years suggests that it is encountering daunting challenges on exercising and securing power.
Zhang Chun Senior Fellow, Shanghai Institutes for Int'l Studies
Jul 20 , 2012
With China’s rapid economic growth since 1979, the scope and scale of the Sino-American relationship have expanded significantly. In other words, this relation
Ted Galen Carpenter Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Jul 14 , 2012
During his visit to Vietnam in early June, U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta displayed eagerness to have the U.S. military return to the bases it once occu
Fan Jishe Senior Fellow, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Jul 13 , 2012
Despite three decades worth of effort in political, economic, social, cultural, and even military exchanges, the strategic mutual trust between China and the United States has not increased as significantly as expected. On the contrary, the past several years have witnessed an increase of "strategic deficit." An outdated, arrogant, and narrow-minded mentality characterized by "zero-sum" and "Cold War" still haunts their bilateral relations.
Ian Taylor Professor, University of St. Andrews
Jul 13 , 2012
Ahead of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, Ian Taylor identifies mutual interests in Africa where Beijing and Washington must cooperate.
Ding Yifan Deputy Director, China Development Research Center
Jul 13 , 2012
During the G20 Summit in Los Cabos, Mexico, China and several other emerging economies pledged to raise their IMF contributions. This not only marked a major achievement from the meeting, but also demonstrated the growing role of the emerging economies on the world economic stage. It also signified the willingness of the emerging economies to pull Europe and the world as a whole out of the current crisis by enhancing their IMF contributions.
David Shinn Adjunct Professor, George Washington University
Jul 12 , 2012
Africa is not in the backyard of China or the United States; it is effectively neutral territory for competition and cooperation. There are more areas for cooperation than either country has taken advantage of so far. It is important that African countries understand this fact so that they encourage more collaborative efforts.
Xia Shuzhang President, Chinese Public Administration Society
Jul 11 , 2012
The Sino-US relationship is multifaceted, involving both competition and cooperation. Given the belief that a win-win result will be achieved only through coope
Chen Yonglong Director of Center of American Studies, China Foundation for International Studies
Jul 10 , 2012
Both China and the United States stand as one of the leading world powers, and shoulder a historic responsibility for the development of the human society and the progress of world civilization. As a matter of fact, China and the United States have already started to explore the type of relationship to be developed between them.