He Yafei Former Vice Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Jul 03 , 2018
Cold War benefits no one.
Yao Yang Professor, China Center for Economic Research
Mar 05 , 2018
To the extent that it raises living standards, the “China Model” fulfills some requirements of political legitimacy. But, once those living standards reach a certain level, the Chinese people will almost certainly demand more personal freedom and political accountability.
John Ross Senior Research Fellow, Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University
Jan 03 , 2017
CHINA has followed an economic development strategy radically different from the neo-liberal “Washington Consensus” advocated by the IMF. The author compares the results of what will be termed China’s “socialist development strategy” versus the Washington Consensus.
Ben Reynolds Writer and Foreign Policy Analyst in New York
Mar 16 , 2016
Five Year Plan contains an important proposal that has largely been overlooked: the ‘professionalization and modernization’ of agriculture. The history of agricultural development in countries like the United States suggests the destabilizing consequences in the Chinese countryside.
Mel Gurtov Senior Editor of Asian Perspective
Feb 05 , 2016
The China Dream and the China Model are complementary in Xi’s strategic vision, of which relations with the developing world are a central part. Developments in the Middle East and Africa show how large a factor China now is in economic globalization, but while the China Model is based on noninterference in politics, Mel Gurtov argues that separating economics from politics is a challenge.
Jin Bei Professor and Editor-in-Chief, China Economist
Aug 27 , 2015
China has entered into a crucial period of comprehensive deepening of reform. Reform carried out in some areas has already addressed quite a few chronic problems. Other major reform initiatives are under deliberation as well.
Zhou Yijun Researcher, Shanghai Institute for Int'l Studies
Peng Jianming Ph.D. Zhou Yijun is Research Fellow of Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS)
Jul 21 , 2015
Chinese auto industry is turning the corner on innovation despite ongoing critique about “lookalike” cars.
Dan Redford President, Quantify China Associates
Jun 17 , 2015
Historic gains in the Shanghai and Shenzhen A-share stock markets are causing some Western analysts to speculate that the growth is being driven by irrational behavior. There are both institutional and individual explanations for this over-confidence, which will need to monitored if the market contracts.
Tom Watkins Advisor, Michigan-China Innovation Center
Mar 02 , 2015
Xi Jinping: The Governance of China, is the Chinese leader’s book on proper leadership in China, with a heavy focus on ousting corruption, a direct threat to the legitimacy of the party. While the party cracks down, it also has made it more difficulty for anonymous web users to expose party privilege abuse on micro-blogs, begging the question of whether this book favors slogan over good governance.