Dan Steinbock Founder, Difference Group
Oct 10 , 2019
Recently, many countries in Asia have suffered from deadly and costly epidemics. While globalization and climate change may play a causal role, germ geopolitics cannot be excluded any longer.
Ted Galen Carpenter Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Oct 02 , 2019
The candidates for Taiwan’s upcoming election represent two distinct competing ideologies concerning Taiwan’s autonomy under mainland China. The outcome of the election could change the course of history for China-U.S.-Taiwan relations.
Sep 30 , 2019
Worries and concerns of possible dangers of a world divided in two dominates the UN General Assembly in New York.
Karl Eikenberry Director, U.S.-Asia Security Initiative, Stanford University
Sep 25 , 2019
Security and geopolitics are of growing importance when it comes to US-China relations. It is necessary to have these factors in mind when approaching US-China disputes so as to prevent negatively impacting the rest of the global community.
Chen Xiangmiao Assistant Research Fellow, China National Institute for South China Sea Studies
Sep 18 , 2019
Recent statements by the EU on the issue of the South China Sea only serve to fan the flames of the dispute and put the valuable EU-China relationship at risk. The EU should reject manipulation by the United States, as well as internal anti-Chinese sentiment, to clear the way for ASEAN’s leadership in resolving the issue.
Richard Javad Heydarian Philippine-based academic
Sep 17 , 2019
ASEAN’s best strategy for keeping China’s revisionist ambitions at bay and preserving maximum room for strategic maneuver is to engage the USA.
Zhao Weibin Researcher, PLA Academy of Military Science
Sep 17 , 2019
Labeling China as a strategic rival, the Trump administration is working to build a four-layer network of allies and partners to encircle China. It will likely lead to an Asian version of NATO.
- We Remember 1999 Very Well'- The NATO Bombing of Yugoslavia and its Impacts on Sino-Russian Relations
Leonardo Dinic NYU Alumnus with a Master’s Degree in International Relations
Sep 13 , 2019
Since the late 1990s, China and Russia coordinated their diplomatic efforts to serve mutual interests and simultaneously oppose US global hegemony. A ‘Eurasian’ worldview began to concretize after the NATO bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia during the Kosovo War. In response to NATO and US unilateralism, China and Russia became more concerned with protecting concepts of sovereignty and territorial integrity within the rules-based international order.
Fan Jishe Professor, the Central Party School of Communist Party of China
Sep 13 , 2019
Nuclear weaponry poses a special set of challenges as Donald Trump and the United States abandon past commitments. Restoring stable relationships between nuclear powers is essential, and China certainly has a place at the table.
Li Zheng Assistant Research Fellow, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations
Sep 11 , 2019
After the United States officially withdrew from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said that the country hopes to deploy medium-range missiles in Asia. This remark quickly sparked widespread controversy, and most countries don’t want to see the terrible scene of a missile race in the region.