Qian Liwei, Researcher, China Institutes of Contemporary Int'l Relations
Jun 13, 2013
From June 8-9, the China-U.S. summit in Sunnylands, California attracted world attention because President Xi and President Obama decided to exchange in-depth views on global, regional and bilateral issues such as climate change, cyber-security, Sino-U.S. military ties, etc. The two leaders also touched the bilateral economic and trade ties, which have long been considered an anchor of a stable and strong Sino-U.S. relationship.
Geoff Hiscock, Former Asia Business Editor, CNN
Jun 06, 2013
The competition between the US and China for energy resources is growing. China, the world’s largest energy user, is trying to play catch up on decades of research and development, stronger infrastructural development and the advanced data of the US to ensure it has the energy resources necessary to fuel a growing economy.
Nathan Beauchamp-Mustafaga, Researcher, IISS
May 21, 2013
While tensions on the Korean Peninsula have slowly began to dissipate, Nathan Beuchamp-Mustafaga delves into the complex issue of how China uses North Korea as leverage in the U.S.-China relationship and provides policy responses for the United States.