Andrew Sheng Distinguished Fellow at the Asia Global Institute at the University of Hong Kong
Xiao Geng President of the Hong Kong Institution for International Finance
Jun 26 , 2019
American multinationals may like the idea of forcing China to alter the policies and practices – from subsidies for state-owned enterprises to the requirement that foreign firms share proprietary technology in exchange for access to the Chinese market – that place them at a competitive disadvantage. But, as US President Donald Trump’s trade war continues to escalate, it is worth asking: What price are these companies really willing to pay?
Rene Zou Master’s student at Sciences Po, Paris and Peking University
Jun 26 , 2019
In a trade war between two of the world’s largest economies, there are no winners. The U.S.-China trade spat will have spillover effects, with severe consequences for not only Asia, but the rest of the world.
May 29 , 2019
China is not seeking a sphere of influence in Pacific Ocean island states, President Xi Jinping told the visiting prime minister of Vanuatu amid fears in Western capitals of China’s growing role in the region.
Tian Shichen Vice President & Senior Research Fellow, Grandview Institution
May 23 , 2019
Maritime legal controversies in the South China Sea are not as bad as they are often characterized. However, divides are exacerbated by American unwillingness to accept international standards such as the UN Law of the Sea — and made worse by the Eurocentric bias of current international law, which has long ignored Asian cultures and traditions.
Apr 04 , 2019
The U.S. military has held talks with the Federated States of Micronesia about joint military exercises and new naval facilities.
Apr 03 , 2019
Dispute with US reshapes commercial landscape of region, report from ADB finds.
Zheng Yu Professor, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Dec 12 , 2018
Trump’s decision to withdraw the US from the INF is mostly motivated by fear of China.
Zhao Weibin Researcher, PLA Academy of Military Science
May 18 , 2018
The US has a new commander in the Pacific. Here’s what to expect from him.
Haohua Lyu Political Science Student, Boston College
Feb 13 , 2018
The collapse of the TPP was a result of discrepancies at three levels.