Apr 05, 2012
With the US "return to Asia" and the growing economic gap between China and India, the Sino-Indian relationship is seeing subtle changes these days. Some Indian
Christopher R. Hill, Former US Assistant Secertary of State
Apr 01, 2012
Realists tend to view the American 'pivot' back to the Asia Pacific as a move reminiscent of a cold war-style structural rebalancing of power. That's not the case, according to Christopher R. Hill, former US Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs.
Mar 30, 2012
The fourth BRICS Summit is being held in New Delhi today. As it is the first time for India to host a BRICS summit, the country is making active efforts to ensure its success. The summit provides a desirable opportunity for India to present itself as a new emerging power.
Yang Cheng, Deputy Director, East China Normal University
Mar 26, 2012
For all the doubts and suspicions raised by some Western powers, Putin smoothly managed a landslide win in his re-election as Russia’s new president to start his third term of presidency. Of the series of articles he had published before the election, the article ‘Russia and the Changing World’ carried in the Moscow News is of special significance.
Dan Steinbock, Founder, Difference Group
Mar 23, 2012
Leading presidential candidates agree that the U.S.-Chinese relationship is the most important bilateral link in the 21st century. If that’s the case, why is this relationship threatened in the campaigns?
Ted Galen Carpenter, Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Mar 16, 2012
Beijing and Washington are not on the same page about how to deal with international trouble spots. That problem became clear last month when China and Russia
Ruan Zongze, VP, China Institute of Int'l Studies
Mar 16, 2012
In recent years, the West's "neo-interventionism" under the banner of "responsibility to protect" has caused tremendous controversy in the international are
Zheng Yongnian, Professor of East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore
Mar 14, 2012
While some Asian countries see the presence of the United States as a way to maximize their national interests, some in China are hesitant to accept the pote
Zhou Wenzhong, Secretary-General of Boao Forum for Asia
Mar 08, 2012
Speaker: Zhou Wenzhong, former ambassador of China to the United States Date: March 6 2012 Summary: Three critical issues will be of focus for the current
Stephen Orlins, President, National Committee on U.S.-China Relations
Mar 02, 2012
As we reflect on the 40th anniversary of President Nixon’s trip to China, and Secretary Kissinger’s secret trip a year earlier that paved the way for this dip