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  • Zhong Houtao, Associate Professor, School of National Security, University of International Relations

    Jun 14, 2024

    Recently elected leader Lai Ching-te is turning toward open advocacy for independence. But his populist agitation is straining relations with the United States, dragging down economic development and potentially compromising peace and stability in the region.

  • Richard Weitz, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

    Jun 14, 2024

    The wide divergences in Chinese and U.S. preferences regarding artificial intelligence suggest NGO-led engagements will yield greater security benefits than official meetings.

  • Yun Sun, Director of the China Program and Co-director of the East Asia Program, Stimson Center

    Jun 14, 2024

    While the media has entirely focused on how the Shangri-La Dialogue in early June was another round of tug of war between U.S. and China, people don’t appreciate enough the significance of the 75-minute side meeting between Chinese Defense Minister Dong Jun and U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin. The U.S. and China came halfway across the world to discuss their military-military relations, offering a glimmer of hope for the future.

  • Philip Cunningham, Independent Scholar

    Jun 12, 2024

    The deteriorating situation in the South China Sea has many fearing escalations is on the horizon, and rather than de-escalating, the Philippines and China seem ready to let their maritime dispute spill over into other affairs.

  • Lucio Blanco Pitlo III, Research Fellow, Asia-Pacific Pathways to Progress Foundation

    Jun 12, 2024

    The polemics over a so-called “gentleman’s agreement” between the Philippines and China to manage a bitter row over the South China Sea may confound future diplomatic efforts to handle the spat. China sees Philippine commitment as fleeting,

  • Yin Haocheng, Graduate Student, Shanghai International Studies University

    Jun 07, 2024

    Biosafety-related bills in Congress will likely follow in the footsteps of semiconductor competition and become a new arena for U.S. competition against China. Regardless who wins the election in November, we can expect profound adverse implications for China’s industrial security.

  • He Wenping, Senior Research Fellow, Charhar Institute and West Asia and Africa Studies Institute of the China Academy of Social Sciences

    Jun 07, 2024

    Increasing isolation is making it difficult for the Netanyahu government to secure support from the United States, which faces a dilemma: It can continue to back Israel, or it can distance itself from Netanyahu, either of which could have serious electoral consequences for President Joe Biden.

  • Warwick Powell, Adjunct Professor at Queensland University of Technology, Senior Fellow at Beijing Taihe Institute

    Jun 05, 2024

    A positive peace is needed, one that weaves prosperity and security together for all. The DPRK’s economic connection to the world via Russia is a potential game changer that could reframe possibilities for the Korean Peninsula, and with it impact the dynamics of the North Asia region. Regional leaders should take up the challenge.

  • Xu Yanzi, Research Fellow, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation

    Sun Chenghao, Fellow, Center for International Security and Strategy, Tsinghua University

    Jun 05, 2024

    Expanding the dialogue to include a broader range of stakeholders would provide more diverse perspectives with regard to the risks and opportunities associated with artificial intelligence and, potentially, create new opportunities for innovation and experimentation.

  • Chen Xi, Founder of Harbor Overseas, Visiting Senior Fellow at United Arab Emirates University

    Zhu Xufeng, Dean of School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University

    Xiao Geng, Director of Institute of Policy and Practice at Shenzhen Finance Institute, Chinese University of Hong Kong

    Okan Geray , Strategic Adviser for Dubai Digital Authority, Chair of United for Smart Sustainable Cities

    Wang Dong, Professor and Director, Institute for Global Cooperation and Understanding, Peking University

    May 29, 2024

    To revitalize innovation and build confidence in the private sector, the two countries should collaborate, from the Middle East to Africa, in unconventional ways. This would not only provide new business scenarios but would also offer an integrated solution for global governance going forward.

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