Jonathan Chanis Managing Member, New Tide Asset Management
Sep 24 , 2012
When reading about China – U.S. relations or talking with Chinese interlocutors, the common refrain is that China and the U.S. can resolve their differences and overcome the trust deficit. Unfortunately, this is counterproductive because it undermines efforts to find near-term solutions to urgent problems.
Wang Jisi President, Institute of International and Strategic Studies, Peking University
Apr 16 , 2012
A recent study co-authored by Dr. Kenneth Lieberthal and Dr.Wang Jisi has aroused a great deal of interest among Chinese and American officials and policy analysts who are concerned about the relationship. One frequently asked question is: given the degree of the mutual distrust and the difficulty in reducing it, are the two countries heading for a long-term strategic rivalry and confrontation?
Michael Schuman Journalist based in Beijing
Jul 23 , 2011
At first glance, that may sound like a crazy question. The two giants of the global economy appear to be heading in opposite directions. China is the world'
Guo Xuetang Deputy Director, Shanghai University of Political Science and Law
May 18 , 2011
In a survey of 259 students at my university less than two months ago about the future of China-U.S. relations, the answers to the question “What’s your list
Martin Gold Experienced Attorney
Apr 29 , 2011
In May 2009, President Barack Obama nominated Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, Jr. to be the United States Ambassador to China. Confirmed by the Senate in July, Hu
Liu Ming Director, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences
Apr 28 , 2011
There is much speculation about China’s future, particularly about how it might leverage its economic growth to expand influence abroad and change the status q
Ni Shixiong Professor, Fudan University
Apr 14 , 2011
Recently, I made two respective trips to Washington D.C. Before and after President Hu Jintao`s state visit to the U.S. in January 2011. During my stay in D.C.,
Yuan Peng Vice President, Chinese Institute of Contemporary International Relations
Feb 12 , 2011
President Hu Jintao’s state visit to the United States from January 18 to 21 at the invitation of US President Barack Obama took place in the context of important historic guides about the development of Sino-US relationships.