Oct 05, 2012
Many in China see the US “pivot” to Asia and the development of the Air-Sea-Battle strategy as clear provocations aimed to contain China. Only through frank dialogue between top leaders, academics and strategists, as well as the next generation of military leaders, in both countries can we hope to lessen the strategic distrust that exists between the US and China.
Wu Sike, Member on Foreign Affairs Committee, CPPCC
Sep 25, 2012
In the wake of the anti-US protests across the Middle East, confrontation and contest will remain a major feature dominating the development of the world for quite some time to come.
Sep 07, 2012
Despite rising tensions in the South China Sea, conflict can and should be averted. A good first step would be to acknowledge that the South China Sea is part global good, part sovereign territory. Through greater dialogue, trust-building and transparency, informal rules of the sea can accommodate both a rising China and a strong America.
Yao Yunzhu, Retired Major General, Chinese People’s Liberation Army
Sep 07, 2012
The Asia-Pacific region is very dynamic and fast changing, not only in economic terms but also in security terms. Three recent developments will have profound implication on regional security.
Richard Weitz, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Sep 05, 2012
During his stopover in Japan earlier this month, US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta announced that the United States and Japan would construct a second advanced missile defense radar in Japan, drawing concern and condemnation from China. However, strategies exist to allay Chinese concerns while also bolstering regional cooperation.
Zhao Xiaozhuo, Deputy director, PLA Academy of Military Science
Sep 01, 2012
Considering the dominant position that the US alliance system has enjoyed in regional Asian security affairs, Asia-Pacific division can be expected, which will be a disaster not only for China, but also for the US, its regional allies and the world as a whole.
Ted Galen Carpenter, Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Aug 28, 2012
It is imperative that Washington makes its position in the South China Sea clear in order to reduce the risk to the United States and its interests.
Chen Zhou, Director, Academy of Military Sciences of China
Aug 24, 2012
From the end of the last century to the beginning of this century, the United States has insisted on developing a national missile defense system and seceded fr
Wang Honggang, Deputy Director, CICIR
Aug 11, 2012
Recent American intervention in the South China Sea territorial disputes may produce more harm than good. US involvement may cause regional countries to miscalculate when dealing with one another and further enflame tensions in the South China Sea.
May 15, 2012
It has been almost one month since the standoff started on April 10, 2012 between the Philippines and China at the waters around at Huangyan Island (Scarborough