Zha Daojiong Professor, Peking University
Apr 21 , 2020
The world still has networks of science and health interests that do not necessarily require political or diplomatic blessing by a sovereign state. These may provide a surer path to a less worrisome future.
Richard Weitz Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Apr 17 , 2020
Although bilateral cooperation between China and the U.S. is sub-optimal at this moment, Beijing and Washington must not overlook other global challenges such as nuclear non-proliferation and arms control.
He Yafei Former Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs
Apr 07 , 2020
The shock of the combined global public health, economic and financial crises has far exceeded that of the world financial crisis in 2008 its subsequent economi
Tian Feilong Associate Professor, the Law School of Beihang University
Mar 26 , 2020
The U.S. and Taiwan have engineered a number of in-cremental breakthroughs and are using the coronavirus epidemic to create another. These moves damage Chi-nese sovereignty and violate international law. It’s un-likely to end well.
Zhao Minghao Research Fellow, Charhar Institute
Mar 26 , 2020
With the total of confirmed coronavirus infections surpassing 300,000 worldwide, panic has set in. United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has warned that humanity may be facing a crisis not seen in 75 years.
George Koo Board Member, New America Media
Mar 21 , 2020
It was the world’s most dramatic two weeks for the turmoil caused by the novel coronavirus. From the giant statues of Rapa Nui (Easter Island) and scenic beauty of Patagonia, I followed with enforced detachment. The World Health Organization declared Covid-19 as a world pandemic during this period. With the coronavirus spreading to 80 countries in a blink of eye, the stock market plummeted to a level not seen since Trump came into office.
Fu Ying Chair, Center for International Security and Strategy, Tsinghua University
Mar 18 , 2020
Coronavirus, unknown to mankind, appeared suddenly, but it showed that all countries in the world are in the same boat—— Intervew with Ms. Fu Ying,
Wang Shida Deputy Director of Institute of South Asian Studies, CICIR
Mar 10 , 2020
Negotiations bring hope, but some doubt that the peace agreement can be implemented. Inside Afghnistan there are many variables, including the disputed release of Taliban prisoners, as well as suspicions about Ameri-ca’s true intentions.
Tian Shichen Vice President & Senior Research Fellow, Grandview Institution
Mar 06 , 2020
Peace and stability in the South China Sea hinge on U.S. behavior. It should seek peaceful means to settle maritime disputes rather than playing by its own skewed interpretation of the rules.
Wang Huiyao Founder, Center for China & Globalization
Mar 05 , 2020
Given the high stakes, both China and the United States have compelling reasons to put aside their differences and work together. This would set the tone for solving other challenges as well.