Greg Austin Professorial Fellow at the EastWest Institute
Feb 21 , 2013
Although some Obama advisers have recommended harsh action in response to China’s cyberespionage, China is unlikely to respond as they may hope. The spying will continue and probably intensify regardless of what the United States does.
Adam Segal Senior Fellow, China Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations
Feb 20 , 2013
Adam Segal looks at the evidence from the hacking scandal that has rocked the US media world. He writes that the evidence that the hackers are China-based in all of these cases is suggestive, but not conclusive.
Steve Tsang Director of China Policy Institute University of Nottingham
Feb 18 , 2013
North Korea's third nuclear test is a game changer not only for the United States and Japan, but also for the regime’s last ally, China. The official Chinese reaction to North Korea’s latest provocation was stern: China is “strongly dissatisfied and resolutely opposed” to the test, and it is calling for the resumption of international talks.
Su Xiaohui Deputy Director of Int'l & Strategic Studies, CIIS
Feb 15 , 2013
While the United Nations Security Council discusses the possibility of even more sanctions against North Korea, Su Xiaohui promotes a new approach to stabilize tensions.
Tao Wenzhao Researcher, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Feb 14 , 2013
Following the Democratic People's Republic of Korea’s third nuclear explosion test, Tao Wenzhao writes that six-party talks must continue to address the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula; and suggests that the DPRK should be gradually let into the international community, especially the East Asian regional community.
Zhang Yixuan Editor of People’s Daily overseas edition
Feb 07 , 2013
The New York Times recently claimed it was “attacked by Chinese hackers,” but the US has yet to produce any damning evidence to support the wild accusations.
Doug Bandow Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Feb 06 , 2013
Following the most recent North Korean missile launch, Doug Bandow argues that Washington must relearn the art of diplomacy in order to encourage Chinese pressure on Kim Jong-un.
Min Jiang Assistant Professor of Communication at the UNC – Charlotte
Feb 06 , 2013
This essay dissects the implications of China’s “Internet Sovereignty” policy following WCIT-12. Offered as an alternative vision to the U.S.’s “Internet freedom” agenda, the Chinese approach holds sway in the Global South as we enter a new Internet world no longer dominated by liberal democracies.
Gu Guoliang Director at China Academy of Social Science
Jan 14 , 2013
As President Obama enters his second term, there have been discussions and policy recommendations in the United States on the Obama administration’s next
Richard Weitz Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Jan 03 , 2013
After the United States narrowly avoided a fall off the fiscal cliff, Richard Weitz provides analysis on how American’s budget woes will affect the Pentagon and the Pivot to Asia.