Minxin Pei Professor, Claremont McKenna College
Dec 14 , 2018
The West should not overreact to China’s influence operations, nor sacrifice the openness that is a source of their strength.
Philip Cunningham Independent scholar
Dec 11 , 2018
A chorus of anti-China voices is rising across the US, a mix of disappointed ideologues, disgruntled stakeholders, unyielding populists, and those who enjoy a good fight and want to join the pack. But the tenor of the times is such that many of the same academics, and diplomats who once could be counted on to bridge the diplomatic gap have cut the conversation short and battened down the hatches.
Gideon Rachman Chief Foreign Affairs Columnist at the Financial Times
Dec 04 , 2018
Shinzo Abe will reduce tensions if he can but the Asian superpower is a potent threat.
Cheng Li Director, Brookings Institution
Diana Liang Research Assistant, Brookings Institution
Nov 19 , 2018
Despite bipartisan support for a tough line against China in the U.S., there remain significant points of disagreement.
Brahma Chellaney Professor, Center for Policy Research
Apr 06 , 2018
The developments in the South China Sea carry far-reaching strategic implications for the Indo-Pacific and for the international maritime order. They also highlight that the biggest threat to maritime peace and security comes from unilateralism.
Jin Liangxiang Senior Research Fellow, Shanghai Institute of Int'l Studies
Dec 15 , 2016
Looking at the positive side of China-U.S. relations will enhance expectations for peace and stability. China and the U.S. share tremendous common interests and responsibility in maintaining economic prosperity and transnational security across the region. Talking about cooperation will deliver friendship and partnership while talking about conflicts will really create enemies.
Yu Sui Professor, China Center for Contemporary World Studies
Mar 10 , 2016
The two countries are not rushing toward collision but thriving on forward-moving, parallel tracks. That’s been the record for more than 30 years, despite fretful narratives of potential conflict.
Li Zhenyu Business Editor, People's Daily Online
Oct 28 , 2015
Their economies have never been more interdependent, and many global and regional key issues hinge on their collaboration. Simply put, the two powers just cannot afford to head into a zero-sum game due to their increasing convergence of interests.
George Koo Board Member, New America Media
Jun 18 , 2015
A major piece in the most recent weekend edition of the Wall Street Journal points out that it’s time to rethink about the U.S. relations with China. This thought provoking article is extremely timely and the issues raised are critical to the future of both countries.
Yin Chengde Research Fellow, China Foundation for International Studies
Jun 04 , 2015
Mutual trust is essential for candid exchanges and sincere collaboration. This is an indispensable precondition for China and the U.S. to formulate a new-type major-country relationship and take advantage of historical opportunities such as President Xi’s upcoming U.S. visit.