James Chau, Host of The China Current
Jan 28, 2019
Bob Holden talks about finding common ground with the Chinese.
Shaun Tan, Writer
Nov 03, 2017
The power of America’s example has been eroded at home by both the far left and the far right. For its own sake, as well as for the rest of the world, that example must endure.
Patrick Mendis, Visiting Professor of Global Affairs, National Chengchi University
Jan 16, 2017
As the TPP trade pact fizzles away, China would happily expand its domain of influence in the Pacific Rim region while U.S. allies and friends inevitably look for a more reliable partner in the neighborhood. As these geopolitical realities set in, will Trump’s campaign promises to “Make America Great Again” eventually result in “Making China Great Again” and leave the U.S. much less relevant?
Jared McKinney, PhD student, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies
Mar 03, 2016
Hawks today see the U.S. as withdrawn, docile, and weak by choice. They see China as aggressively violating norms and threatening American leadership. Yet any action would wrongfully assume the differing Chinese expectations of honor, history, and geography.
William Overholt, Senior Fellow, Fung Global Institute
Sep 17, 2015
The gravest threat to American global leadership is neither Russia nor China but continued interest group-driven Congressional abandonment of the kind of balanced strategy that won the Cold War.
Ben Reynolds, Writer and Foreign Policy Analyst in New York
Sep 01, 2015
When playing up the mutually beneficial aspects of economic cooperation between the U.S. and China, many theorists often ignore the competitive and destabilizing elements introduced by structural economic concerns. The struggle for emerging markets and untapped resources is adversarial, and it may intensify as economic growth slows.
Da Wei, Director of the Center for International Strategy and Security and Professor at Tsinghua University
Aug 18, 2015
The Sino-American ‘Grand Consensus’ that has benefited both for more than three decades is threatened by new realities and interests in the wake of China’s rise. Both countries must seek effective cooperation, not only to realize mutual benefits, but to jointly play a leadership role for the maintenance and reform of the current international system.
Wang Yusheng, Executive Director, China Foundation for Int'l Studies
Aug 04, 2015
The US’s self-proclaimed “American Century” has led Washington to assume that it “had the right or responsibility to order the world’s affairs,” two prominent American scholars, which has resulted in a series of military failed adventures that could never have resolved enormously complex issues. As the US presidential election approaches, a reality check is in order.
George Koo, Retired International Business Consultant and Contributor to Asia Times
Jun 18, 2015
A major piece in the most recent weekend edition of the Wall Street Journal points out that it’s time to rethink about the U.S. relations with China. This thought provoking article is extremely timely and the issues raised are critical to the future of both countries.