Franz-Stefan Gady Associate Editor, Diplomat
Dec 21 , 2012
Similar to the fictional “missile gap” during the Cold War, Franz Stefan-Gady argues that a the China-US relationship is in danger of falling into a fictional “cyber weapons gap.”
Zhu Feng Director, Institute of International Studies, Nanjing University
Dec 18 , 2012
North Korea’s satellite launch last week will surely cause the spiraling escalation of tension in the region, and even risk tumbling inter-Korea ties down cliff.
Joan Johnson-Freese Professor, US Naval War College
Dec 17 , 2012
Though the North Korean missile launch was heavily condemned by much of the international community—with the United States calling it “provocative” and a breach of U.N. rules—and even China expressing “deep concern,” diplomatic or economic action against North Korean is unlikely.
John J. Hamre President and CEO of the Center for Strategic and International Studies
Dec 12 , 2012
Every businessman that I know has experienced serious cyber attacks on his/her company. One CEO told me recently his company gets 60,000 attacking emails a day
Wu Sike Member on Foreign Affairs Committee, CPPCC
Dec 11 , 2012
The smoke of gunpowder is receding from the Gaza Strip. But people’s concern over the conflicts triggered by the ‘Pillar of Defense’ operation
Justin Logan Director, Cato Institute
Nov 30 , 2012
For years, the one constant in Japanese politics has been instability. So perhaps it’s not surprising to see wildly unstable and conflicting statements ab
Richard Weitz Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Nov 29 , 2012
When South Korea and the United States amended their missile guidelines last month after years of tough negotiations, China and other countries expressed some c
David Gosset Founder, Euro-China Forum
Nov 28 , 2012
When the People's Republic of China joined the United Nations 41 years ago, it looked at the peacekeeping operations with great suspicion. However, China has now become the largest provider of peacekeepers to Africa among the five permanent members of the UN Security Council.
Nov 07 , 2012
It will be of mutual benefit if China and the US can cooperate on a number of issues, especially when those issues revolve around the security of the relationship. Therefore the three greatest security issues are the lack of mutual trust, Taiwan, and US domestic laws that hinder military-to-military cooperation.
Xu Shiquan Vice Chairman, National Society of Taiwan Studies, SIIS
Nov 02 , 2012
A prominent figure in Taiwan’s opposition party, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), Frank Hsieh made a five-day “unfolding visit ” to the Chinese mainla