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  • Victor Zhikai Gao Chair Professor at Soochow University, Vice President of CCG

    Einar Tangen Host of the OnAsia Vcast

    Nov 20 , 2020

    Given the many holes in the bungled extradition case of Meng Wanzhou in Canada, including conflicting testimony and political entanglements, the matter should be dismissed. This case should never have been brought.

  • Leonardo Dinic NYU Alumnus with a Master’s Degree in International Relations

    Nov 17 , 2020

    The divide between Beijing and Washington is fundamentally rooted in ideological disagreement and the concept of American exceptionalism. But this concept has long been a guiding force within US foreign policy, and will not end simply with a new US President.

  • Philip Cunningham Independent Scholar

    Nov 17 , 2020

    A journey to Mars requires international cooperation across various countries and governments, most certainly between China and the United States.

  • Yuen Yuen Ang Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Michigan

    Nov 03 , 2020

    Unlike the old superpower contest between the United States and the Soviet Union, the incipient cold war between China and the US does not reflect a fundamental conflict of unalterably opposed ideologies. Instead, today’s Sino-American rivalry is popularly portrayed as an epic battle between autocracy and democracy.

  • Philip Cunningham Independent Scholar

    Oct 28 , 2020

    At a time when political tensions reach more dire straits seemingly by the day, the history of scientific cooperation in the field of astronomy have shown that above all, all people share a single home as citizens of Earth.

  • Philip Cunningham Independent Scholar

    Oct 27 , 2020

    US Senator Marsha Blackburn expressed great dissatisfaction over Netflix’s decision to produce a movie based on the Chinese novel, “The Three-Body Problem”. In today’s hyper-vigilant atmosphere, Senator Blackburn’s reaction highlights the growing chasm between China and the United States.

  • Einar Tangen Host of the OnAsia Vcast

    Oct 15 , 2020

    How the US lost its moral, legal and ethical center after winning the Cold War, and how the new norms of immoral, illegal and unethical actions are affecting the world.

  • Cheng Li Director, John L. Thornton China Center, The Brookings Institution

    Ryan McElveen Associate Director, John L. Thornton China Center, Brookings Institution

    Oct 13 , 2020

    The carefully woven fabric of educational and cultural exchanges is in imminent danger of unraveling, as Chinese actions worry Washington and push it to adjust its policies. But the cost far outweighs the benefits.

  • Caspar Lant Scientist and Designer Based in New York

    Oct 09 , 2020

    The Trump administration’s decision to cancel the China and Hong Kong Fulbright scholarship programs is yet another move that severs people-to-people exchange between China and the US. But Fulbright is an effective soft-power tool for the US and should be utilized now more than ever.

  • Ban Ki-moon Former Secretary-general of the United Nations

    Oct 09 , 2020

    COVID-19 has shone a light on the acute vulnerabilities of a deeply interconnected world. No country, regardless of its size, wealth, or technological sophistication, can tackle this crisis alone.

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