Niu Xinchun, Senior Research Fellow, CICIR
Feb 14, 2011
Generally speaking, strategic mutual trust refers to a situation where a pair of countries with conflicts of interests calculates their bilateral relations as o
Banning Garrett, Director of Asia Program, Atlantic Council
Feb 13, 2011
What kind of relationship will China and the United States have in ten years? Will it be primarily cooperative and collaborative in the face of the foreseeable – and unforeseeable – challenges the world will face? Or will the two countries drift toward strategic rivalry and hostile competition?
Yuan Peng, Vice President, Chinese Institute of Contemporary International Relations
Feb 12, 2011
President Hu Jintao’s state visit to the United States from January 18 to 21 at the invitation of US President Barack Obama took place in the context of important historic guides about the development of Sino-US relationships.
Feb 10, 2011
Should Indians care about America's strategic choices with China? You bet, especially since so many perceived a tilt unfavourable to India during US Preside
Feb 10, 2011
As was to be expected, President Hu Jintao encountered increasing ambivalence among mainstream policy circles about the US relationship with China on his recent
Feb 16, 2010
Three powerful countries-China, India, and the United States-are competing for dominance in Asia, and U.S. policymakers need to adapt to the realities of a mult