He Wenping, Research Fellow, West Asia and Africa Studies Institute of the China Academy of Social Sciences
Jul 28, 2023
A few visits by senior U.S. officials to China will not solve the thorny problems that exist between the two great powers. Climate can be looked at separately, but broader bilateral relations will not heal so long as Washington focuses on undermining China’s core interests.
Sep 01, 2016
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called on Wednesday on China and the Philippines to abide by an international tribunal's decision on the disputed South China Sea and said there was no military solution to the problem.
Chen Jimin, Guest Researcher, Center for Peace and Development Studies, China Association for International Friendly Contact
Jun 02, 2015
The ongoing series of high-level meetings show that, despite pressures from third-party players, Beijing and Washington value a cooperative relationship and mutual understanding that should continue to strengthen.
Zhang Zhixin, Chief of American Political Studies, CICIR
May 27, 2015
The Secretary of State deepened the understanding between two countries at this critical time, but the chatter around the visit reminds both countries that consensus is easy to reach but hard to actualize. Upcoming high-level meetings, including President Xijping’s September State visit to Washington, provide opportunities to expand that critical understanding.
Richard Weitz, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
May 26, 2015
Amidst Chinese and U.S. opposition, North Korea has amplified its pressure on South Korea and allies through its weapons development. However, China has opposed U.S. deployment of a Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) in South Korea, which could halt progress.
Stephen Harner, Former US State Department Official
Nov 19, 2014
A reset is needed in the US-China relationship. By much objective analysis, the bilateral relationship has deteriorated during most of the six years of Obama administration and is now the worst it has been in decades, writes Stephen Harner.
Qiu Chaobing, Research Fellow, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Feb 26, 2014
As Secretary of State John Kerry continues his visits to South Korea, China, Indonesia and the United Arab Emirates, Qiu Chaobing analyzes the current issues at the forefront of the United States’ foreign policy agenda and provides insight into what developments can be expected as Kerry’s trip comes to an end.
Su Xiaohui, Deputy Director of Int'l & Strategic Studies, CIIS
Feb 17, 2014
Following U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s high-level meeting in Beijing, relations between China and the United States seem to be improving. As Su Xiaohui points out, this visit allowed officials from both sides to have constructive dialogue on a variety of problems and ease regional tensions between China, the United States and other nations in the Asia-Pacific.
He Yafei, Former Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs
May 20, 2013
This is a crucial moment for Sino-U.S. relations, as heated debates about the future of this relationship rage in both countries -- debates characterized by downright pessimism, with only a sliver of optimism.
Fu Mengzi, VP, China Institutes of Contemporary Int'l Relations
May 08, 2013
In a speech delivered at the Tokyo Institute of Technology on April 15th, US Secretary of State John Kerry spoke of America’s “Pacific Dream”. However, a looming question remained. What does the “Pacific Dream” of the US mean for Xi Jinping's China dream?