Wang Yusheng Executive Director, China Foundation for Int'l Studies
Mar 08 , 2013
Replacing Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State, John Kerry has large shoes to fill. While Kerry’s confirmation offers hope to many that US-China relations will improve over the next four years, many wonder whether the seasoned foreign affairs expert will assert a more positive relationship or simply follow the Obama administration’s lead.
David Shambaugh Gaston Sigur Professor of Asian Studies, Political Science & International Affairs, George Washington University
Mar 07 , 2013
Outgoing Chinese President Hu Jintao and incoming President Xi Jinping have both used the phrase "a new type of major power relationship" to describe their hopes for the future of US-China relations.
John Podesta Chair, Center for American Progress
Mar 06 , 2013
The year 2013 brings a combination of continuity and change to the US-China relationship. As the United States and China complete their respective leadership transitions, Washington and Beijing must keep the communication lines open to address growing challenges.
Sun Ru Research Professor & Deputy Director, CICIR
Mar 05 , 2013
With the proposal of the new power relationship concept, introduced by the Chinese leadership, many may tip in favor of a more balanced relationship for both sides as they agree to step away from power politics and instead aim to enhance international cooperation.
Wang Ping Researcher, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Mar 05 , 2013
Mirroring foreign relations following World War II, it appears Japan is once again beholden to the US to preserve regional security. The US must toe a careful line between advancing Japanese interests and containing China.
Feb 28 , 2013
Ian Bremmer and David Grodon argue that while the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the US shale revolution have broad implications for China, they are President Obama’s most important foreign policy tools and are not meant to contain China.
Wu Sike Member on Foreign Affairs Committee, CPPCC
Feb 27 , 2013
China is fully aware that a peaceful and stable Middle East is in the interest of the people in the region as well as the interest of the international community. This understanding is the starting point on which China bases its treatment of the Middle East issues.
Joseph S. Nye Professor, Harvard University
Feb 26 , 2013
Throughout history, the rise of a new power has been attended by uncertainty and anxieties. Often, though not always, violent conflict has followed. As Thucydid
Kevin Rudd Former Prime Minister of Australia
Feb 26 , 2013
Now that Washington has sent Beijing a clear message it will be around for the long haul, however, the time has come for the two countries to deepen and institutionalize relationship to secure Asia’s lasting peace and prosperity.
Liu Qing Director of American Studies, CIIS
Feb 22 , 2013
Ever since the rightists in Japan took to raising trouble by purchasing the Diaoyu Islands, the Obama administration has never had a real sense of the risks lurking in the Japanese provocation.