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  • Philip Cunningham Independent Scholar

    Dec 08, 2020

    The Hunter Biden scandal was fueled in part by a false report, reported under a false name. In the age of fake news, digital clues can lead us to the truth.

  • China-US Focus

    Dec 08, 2020

    The Trump administration escalated the visa war with China as it prepares to leave office.

  • Hui Xiao A retired economist in Hong Kong

    Dec 04, 2020

    Success often follows failure, as history has shown repeatedly around the world. It’s not too late for Donald Trump to step back gracefully from his electoral loss in November. The loser of any contest can return to fight another day.

  • Tom Watkins Advisor, Michigan-China Innovation Center

    Nov 30, 2020

    Schooling and education have become one of the most contentious issues amid a deadly global pandemic. By putting safety and health first, the world rapidly stepped into the world of remote education together, a change that should have been a long time coming.

  • Li Yan Deputy Director of Institute of American Studies, CICIR

    Nov 30, 2020

    The outcome of the 2020 presidential election turned on racial and religious pivot points. And, except for the White House, Republican performance actually improved in many ways.

  • Philippe Legrain Visiting Senior Fellow, London School of Economics’ European Institute

    Nov 27, 2020

    Before he was US president, Donald Trump built a reality-television persona on the catchphrase, “You’re fired.” Now, the American people have fired him. And Trump’s defeat has also dealt a devastating blow to nationalist populists in Europe and elsewhere. Might it prove lethal?

  • 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

    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.

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