Shen Dingli, Professor, Institute of International Studies, Fudan University
Apr 23, 2014
In order to address a growing number of international, regional and domestic issues, China has developed its first Central National Security Commission that highlights eleven areas that are integral to Chinese national security. The aim of the NCS is to aid China in addressing these areas of concern in order to support their peaceful rise.
Apr 22, 2014
As the Abe administration aims to build up Japan’s military, Jin Ying urges the public to pay attention to the changes and be wary of the consequences if Japan continues this rapid militarization.
Apr 10, 2014
The United States, the world’s cyber power, and China, the emerging cyber power have convergent and divergent views on many cyber related issues that many times leads to conflict between the two. In the future, an increased level of communication will lead to mutual trust in handling many of these issues, and will aide in the effect rule making process.
Fan Jishe, Professor, the Central Party School of Communist Party of China
Mar 27, 2014
One country leading the charge in ensuring nuclear security is China, as seen in President Xi Jinping’s speech at The Hague Nuclear Security Summit. Per President Xi’s speech, all countries need to fulfill their obligations regarding nuclear security domestically and internationally. In this respect, China’s “equal emphasis” approach provides a model for the conduct of states regarding nuclear security.
Xu Shiquan, Vice Chairman, National Society of Taiwan Studies, SIIS
Mar 25, 2014
Following criticisms from international relations scholars like John Mearsheimer and Iskander Rehman, Xu Shiquan addresses the issue of Taiwan and China’s “one country two systems” policy to explain how the United States and China can find a win-win opportunity while avoiding conflict.
Wu Chengyi, Associate Professor, Luoyang Foreign Languages University
Mar 24, 2014
China’s defense budget growth has been a way to realize its military modernization and overall national rejuvenation. China does not intend to threaten any other country in the world, writes Wu Chengyi.
Chen Xiangyang, Director and Research Professor, CICIR
Mar 21, 2014
As the world continues to follow the search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, Chen Xiangyang examines China’s ability to assist in maritime search and rescue missions, drawing four key conclusions regarding the PLA Navy’s capabilities.
Franz-Stefan Gady, Associate Editor, Diplomat
Mar 18, 2014
With the announcement that President Xi will oversee a new group on Internet security, Franz-Stefan Gady analyzes the future of China-US cybersecurity cooperation.
Lu Jinghua, Research Fellow, PLA Academy of Military Science
Mar 13, 2014
China should cooperate with other countries to build an international cyber environment that is secure and trustworthy, fair and reasonable, peaceful and stable, writes Lu Jinghua.
Zhou Bo, Senior Fellow, Center for International Security and Strategy, Tsinghua University
Mar 11, 2014
After a 12.2% increase in China’s defense budget was announced last week, Zhou Bo analyzes the future role of the People’s Liberation Army and discusses how China can contribute to world peace and international stability.