An Gang, Research Fellow, Center for International Strategy and Security, Tsinghua University
May 02, 2018
The road to peace will be long and arduous.
Paul Haenle, Director, Carnegie–Tsinghua Center
Apr 03, 2018
China appeared increasingly uncomfortable with the idea of South Korea and the United States in the lead and in control of the direction of diplomacy with North Korea. Now, Xi has had the opportunity to influence the terms of any future agreement.
Su Xiaohui, Deputy Director of Int'l & Strategic Studies, CIIS
Apr 03, 2018
The positive changes in the past few months have vindicated China’s ideas.
Dec 11, 2017
President Moon will be on first state visit to China to target peaceful solution as risk of war grows.
Xianbo Wu, MA Candidate, New York University
Nov 29, 2017
China and South Korea agreed to normalize bilateral relations at the end of last month, officially ending the THAAD dispute. While Beijing’s economic coercion based on nationalism in the THAAD standoff seems worrying from the standpoint of a foreign observer, this is an isolated event and is unlikely to be repeated often.
Nov 23, 2017
Beijing has again urged Seoul to ensure that a US anti-missile system installed in southern South Korea not infringe on China’s security interests.
Oct 31, 2017
South Korea and China have agreed to work swiftly to get their relations back on track following a year-long standoff over the deployment of a controversial U.S
Patrick Mendis, Visiting Professor of Global Affairs, National Chengchi University
Oct 12, 2017
The North Korea Problem has become a point of dialogue between China and the United States with President Trump declaring that "it's not so easy." As China continues its economic development and global influence, the U.S. President Donald Trump has much to learn from China's experiences.
Sampson Oppedisano, Executive Assistant to the Dean, The Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy
Aug 28, 2017
The North Korean conundrum continues to plague President Trump, resulting in mass frustration for his country, his administration, and his poll numbers. But there was a previous moment in American history when a U.S. President successfully crafted a path to peace with the rogue nation. Diplomacy could be the key for Trump to create not only a stable Asian-Pacific, but also a stable legacy.
Doug Bandow, Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Aug 22, 2017
What China almost certainly desires is an independent but friendly buffer state. For that reason it resists U.S. demands to impose bone-crunching economic sanctions on the North. However, this stance reflects more than a desire to annoy America. Rather, Beijing sees it as a matter of national security.