Wu Sike, Member on Foreign Affairs Committee, CPPCC
Mar 16, 2013
With the conclusion of the Lunar New Year, both China and the US should make a resolution to increase cultural dialogues between the two nations. By deepening cross-cultural understanding, the US-China relationship can focus more on cohesion and creativity, rather than competition.
David Shambaugh, Gaston Sigur Professor of Asian Studies and Director of the China Policy Program, George Washington University
Mar 11, 2013
Most global citizens are well aware of the explosive growth of the Chinese economy. While China watchers have shed much light on the country's internal dynamics--China's politics, its vast social changes, and its economic development--few have focused on how this increasingly powerful nation has become more active and assertive throughout the world.
Gong Jianhua, Professor, Guangdong Ocean University
Mar 11, 2013
As part of the government restructuring plan released on Sunday, China will bring its maritime law enforcement forces under the unified management of one single administration, which will retain the name the State Oceanic Administration.
Qin Xiaoying, Research Scholar, China Foundation For Int'l and Strategic Studies
Mar 09, 2013
March sees the return of spring, the best season, as the Chinese believe, to begin the work for a year. China's Two Sessions now under way, however, differ from the previous ones in several senses.
Robert A. Kapp, senior adviser to the China Program of the Carter Center
Mar 06, 2013
China’s incoming government chiefs face huge tasks, amid deepening debate over China’s future. Internal challenges will dominate the Beijing agenda, but China’s new leaders and the Obama team must refocus on dealing with darkening trends in US-China relations.
Damien Ma, Fellow, Paulson Institute
Mar 02, 2013
Over the past two decades, China’s image in Hollywood has progressed from a once foreign, inaccessible market to a key investment for major growth. As a result, moviemakers have seen the rapid sino-fication of movies to cater to a growing Chinese audience.
Feb 27, 2013
With its growing purchasing power, China has to decide if it seeks to become a hegemon, says Singapore’s founding father Lee Kuan Yew. Lee believes that Chinese leadership will avoid military confrontations with the US as they recognize that China is better off gaining economical influence and hopes the two nations will aim for compromises when agreements cannot be reached.
James Carter, Professor, Saint Joseph’s University
Feb 22, 2013
Following Xi Jinping’s call for the “renewal of the Chinese nation” during his first speech as the CCP Secretary, Dr. James Carter examines China’s multi-national roots and urges its leaders to tame their nationalistic fervor.
Tom Watkins, President and CEO of the Economic Council of Palm Beach County, FL
Feb 18, 2013
Chinese leaders must balance profit margins and economic growth with improving their environment and the quality of life for ordinary people, writes Tom Watkins. China's new Communist Party Secretary General Xi Jinping appears to understand that leadership must begin at the top to ensure a peaceful rise.
Richard Weitz, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Feb 18, 2013
Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds is a study by the US National Intelligence Council assesses how the world might evolve over the next two decades. The latest iteration, released in December, concentrates much of its analysis on China’s role in the world.