Feb 23 , 2020
A WSJ's op-ed titled "The Real Sick Man of Asia" has led China to expel three of its Beijing-based journalists.
Jin Liangxiang Senior Research Fellow, Shanghai Institute of Int'l Studies
Feb 19 , 2020
America’s emphasis on Western values could undermine Chinese confidence in its sincerity as negotiations proceed on various fronts. China may have good reason to feel threatened when it comes to political security.
Peng Nian Assistant Research Fellow, National Institute for the South China Sea Studies
Feb 14 , 2020
The rapid spread of false information about the novel coronavirus has been noted both inside and outside of China since the outbreak in Wuhan in December. It resulted in some panic and even fostered anti-Chinese sentiment in a few countries.
Dan Steinbock Founder, Difference Group
Feb 11 , 2020
As the economic outlook for the US, China and the world diminish, the novel coronavirus outbreak may be steadying. Sadly, much of the economic, xenophobic and virus damage stems from lagging cooperation.
Feb 09 , 2020
Within the past month, the 2019 Novel Coronavirus has stricken China and the rest of the world.
James Chau Host of The China Current, Goodwill Ambassador for the WHO and UNAIDS
Feb 06 , 2020
The response of health workers to the nCoV outbreak is being undermined by rumour-mongering.
Tom Watkins Advisor, Michigan-China Innovation Center
Feb 04 , 2020
The U.S.-China relationship is undoubtedly weakening. Bridging the educational endeavors of the two nations may pave the pathway to more harmonious Sino-American relations.
Feb 03 , 2020
Doug Bandow Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Feb 03 , 2020
Historically, the US has wielded economic sanctions as a form of coercive pressure, but these efforts have rarely achieved Washington’s objectives.
Feb 01 , 2020