Fan Gaoyue Guest Professor at Sichuan University, Former Chief Specialist at PLA Academy of Military Science
Dec 07 , 2017
If the US and South Korea agree to dual suspension, North Korea should agree to a timetable for its denuclearization – or be denuclearized by force.
Peter Moody Professor Emeritus of Political Science, University of Notre Dame
May 29 , 2017
Particularly after the election of the progressive Moon Jae-in as president of South Korea, it is opportune to consider whether American policy toward the North is due for a radical rethinking.
Li Bin Professor, Tsinghua University
Dec 29 , 2016
For China, Trump’s sleight of hand through pushing for a new round of nuclear arms race is nothing but a distraction. What China needs most now is to mend its own business well per its own plan.
Wu Zurong Research Fellow, China Foundation for Int'l Studies
Jul 23 , 2015
The most fundamental driving force for the pact is the profound and deepening development toward a multipolar world. Economic globalization has closely integrated the interests of all countries, and the conception of a community of common destiny for all mankind has taken root, replacing the sort of unilateralism most recently practiced by the United States.
Dan Redford President, Quantify China Associates
Jan 29 , 2014
Lasting 40 days and putting American holidays to shame, travel during this year’s Chinese New Year celebration is expected to top 3.6 billion trips or segments and will be the world’s largest human migration. It is essential to understand and respect this part of Chinese culture in the Year of the Horse.
Jin Liangxiang Senior Research Fellow, Shanghai Institute of Int'l Studies
Jan 08 , 2014
Will China take a more proactive role in resolving the Iranian nuclear issue? As Dr. Jin Liangxiang explains, China remains an economic victim in the dispute and must promote reconciliation between the West and Iran.
Ryan Todd History & East Asian Studies Graduate, Pepperdine University
Dec 14 , 2013
The opportunity to study abroad in China should not be missed. As the number of American students studying abroad increases, Ryan Todd explains why the opportunities in China make it the top choice for students.
Li Shaoxian VP, China Institute of Contemporary Int'l Relations
Dec 11 , 2013
Li Zhaoxian writes that the interim agreement on Iran does not bode well for a fundamental change in US-Iran relations, and that the eventual resolution of the nuclear issue will likely remain an extravagant hope.
Richard Weitz Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Nov 19 , 2013
During the past week’s acrimonious public debate over the stalled nuclear negotiations in Geneva regarding Iran, China has escaped public censure. Beijing’s low profile was not due to indifference, but to China’s complex relationship with Iran and the United States.