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  • Tian Shichen, Founder & President, Global Governance Institution

    Bao Huaying, Visiting Fellow, East Asia National Resource Centre of George Washington University

    Jun 12, 2021

    Accusing other states this crime reflects an awakening of dark memories deeply rooted in the history of Western colonialism. Atrocities throughout the whole process is marked by invasions, torture, incarceration and mass killings.

  • Lu Chuanying, Fellow and Secretary-general of the Research Center for the International Governance of Cyberspace, SIIS

    Jun 12, 2021

    The international community must engage in serious discussions on whether cyber intelligence collection is necessary. If it is, what should be the boundaries? Any ambiguity or hesitation on the part of major players will lead others to mimic U.S. behavior.

  • Brian Wong, DPhil in Politics candidate and Rhodes Scholar at Balliol College, Oxford

    Jun 10, 2021

    Hong Kong is a vital bridge and gateway for China to the rest of the world, and for the United States to China. China and the United States would be wise to maintain the city’s cosmopolitanism while reining in detrimental sanctions, respectively.

  • Ramses Amer, Associated Fellow, Institute for Security & Development Policy, Sweden

    Li Jianwei, Director and Research Fellow, National Institute for South China Sea Studies

    Jun 07, 2021

    China and ASEAN countries have maintained contact relating to the Code of Conduct. The main messages delivered are that progress has been made, efforts have been undertaken for the step-by-step resumption of COC negotiations and an environment conducive to the negotiations will be created.

  • Jin Liangxiang, Senior Research Fellow, Shanghai Institute of Int'l Studies

    Jun 07, 2021

    The concept is a foreign one, as China has always stressed the independence of all nation-states as they make their own decisions both domestically and regionally. Moreover, the United States will not be leaving the Middle East anytime soon.

  • Junyang Hu, Research Fellow, Intellisia Institute

    Jun 07, 2021

    In Afghanistan, the withdrawal of American troops is far easier said than done. Overlapping factors complicate the matter so se-verely that it may not be possible for the U.S. to achieve its goals in a few months. A quagmire will be left behind in any case, and who will be responsible for the human toll?

  • Li Jun, Director and Researcher, Institute of World Thought, Party School of CPC Central Committee

    May 29, 2021

    Although bilateral relations face many difficulties this year, it’s possible — so long as the DPRK and the ROK understand and respect each other — to seize strategic opportunities for a new phase of reconciliation and cooperation. In that case, the re-emergence of the Peninsula Spring may be expected.

  • Richard Javad Heydarian, Professorial Chairholder in Geopolitics, Polytechnic University of the Philippines

    May 28, 2021

    ASEAN has long been a platform for dialogue and multilateralism in Asia. But it now must refocus on leadership development and proactive cooperation in order to de-escalate tensions and promote stability in the ASEAN region.

  • Jin Kai, Associate Professor, Institute of International Studies, Guangdong Academy of Social Sciences

    May 28, 2021

    When it comes to Taiwan and the South China Sea, it’s imperative that trust and restraint be restored between China and the United States. Failure to do so can only increase the risk of conflict in the region. There are rational, common-sense steps that can be taken in this direction.

  • He Wenping, Senior Fellow, Charhar Institute

    May 28, 2021

    China has called for an immediate cease-fire and an end to violence to save the lives of innocent civilians on both sides. The ultimate solution, in China’s view, lies in a two-state solution. The Palestinians who live in the region are entitled to a state of their own, no less than Israelis.

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