Eric Farnsworth Vice President, COA, Washington D.C. Office
Sep 24 , 2013
As Mexico looks to broaden its global relationships away from the United States as a means to build its global profile; one of the top foreign policy initiatives for Mexico’s new government has been to diversify its political and economic relationships, with a focus on China.
Fernando Menéndez Analyst
Sep 07 , 2013
Will China’s economic slowdown have a negative impact on Latin America’s emerging markets? Fernando Menéndez explores how infrastructure development and regional trade could allow for diversification in Latin America and why China would be a prime beneficiary of the expansion.
Stephen Roach Faculty Member, Yale University
Aug 30 , 2013
The global economy could be in the early stages of another crisis – and, once again, the Federal Reserve is in the eye of the storm. As the Fed attempts to exit from its unprecedented policy of massive purchases of long-term assets, many high-flying emerging economies suddenly find themselves in a vise.
Dan Steinbock Founder, Difference Group
Aug 19 , 2013
While most Americans view China as friendly though not as an ally, those who favor demonizing China seek to change both perceptions and realities, writes Dan Steinbock.
Yu Xiang Research Fellow, CICIR
Aug 16 , 2013
After a careful analysis of a recent New York Times article, Yu Xiang finds that the criticism leveled in the article is full of misinformation and concludes that the protectionist slant revealed in the article is worrying.
Yu Xiang Research Fellow, CICIR
Jul 25 , 2013
As the Federal Reserve prepares for the departure of Ben Bernanke, and the potential end to quantitative easing (QE); it is necessary to explore how a retreat from QE could impact emerging economies. While the US prepares to adjust its monetary policy, Yu Xiang calls for cooperation between China and the US to prevent unnecessary shocks to the global economy.
He Weiwen Senior Fellow, Center for China and Globalization
Jul 23 , 2013
By jointly contributing to the multilateral trading system, China and the US will find new common interests and solutions, writes He Weiwen. In turn, the bilateral trade relationship can also be solidly anchored in a broader and more constructive multilateral trading system.
George Koo Board Member, New America Media
Jul 18 , 2013
What should have been a simple win-win deal is becoming a lot more complicated thanks to Congressional review, writes George Koo. The humble bacon has suddenly risen to become an ominous threat capable of imperiling the security of the United States.
Qian Liwei Researcher, China Institutes of Contemporary Int'l Relations
Jul 17 , 2013
The road to a successful BIT will no doubt be full of political uncertainties and economic bargains in the foreseeable future, but mutual openness of market and investment is allowing a new field of cooperation between China and U.S., writes Qian Liwei.
Tao Wenzhao Researcher, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Jul 16 , 2013
The fifth round of the China-U.S. Strategic and Economic Dialogue (S&ED) has been concluded and it has produced two lists of the outcomes of the S&ED on the strategic and economic tracks. What have impressed people most is a monumental blueprint for a new model of a major-country relationship.