Richard Weitz Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Dec 04, 2020
China-U.S. relations will likely remain strained under incoming President Joe Biden though the style and some of the substance will change. While defending U.S. security partners in Asia and seeking change in many PRC economic policies, the new team seems interested in exploring opportunities for cooperating on public health, nonproliferation, and especially climate change, under John Kerry, the first U.S. special presidential envoy for climate.
Xiao Bin Deputy Secretary-general , Center of SCO Studies
Jun 24, 2020
China’s rivalry with the United States unavoidably spills over into surrounding regions. There can be little doubt, therefore, that stabilizing the regional order must be China’s top priority. Its diplomacy should be focused at the regional level.
Tao Wenzhao Researcher, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Jan 16, 2020
Negativity about China-U.S. relations are only part of a bigger picture. Widespread as they are, the downbeat commentaries do not capture the whole picture. Many factors need to be taken into account to make an accurate analysis.
Wang Honggang Deputy Director, CICIR
Dec 12, 2019
China’s idea for a new model of international relations is about more than economics. It envisions global solidarity in the context of multipolar politics.
He Yafei Former Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs
Aug 14, 2019
Drawing upon the past 70 years of Chinese global engagement, Vice-Minister He shines light on how multilateralism has benefited the Chinese nation as well as how China has played an important role — and can continue to play such a role — in the success of this ideology across the world. With the chaos brought by the new US regime and the rise of global populism, He emphasizes the need for China as an emerging power to support and help maintain multilateralism domestically and internationally.
Sara Hsu Visiting Scholar at Fudan University
May 31, 2019
China recently introduced new policies designed to open up its economy and increase the amount of foreign capital in the Chinese financial system. It sounds like a lot of effort is being put toward making China's financial sector more accessible, but is it, really?
Andrew Sheng Distinguished Fellow at the Asia Global Institute at the University of Hong Kong
Xiao Geng President of the Hong Kong Institution for International Finance
Apr 03, 2019
In Washington, DC, a bipartisan consensus about China has emerged: the United States is facing a trade-manipulating, authoritarian intellectual-property thief that represents a strategic threat to the US and its allies and deserves to be punished. But the consensus is wrong. In fact, China deserves recognition, if not appreciation, for its achievements.
Lucio Blanco Pitlo III Research Fellow, Asia-Pacific Pathways to Progress
Feb 08, 2018
Xi’s report to the 19th Party Congress outlined promising opportunities for China to play ever greater constructive and positive roles for the world. However, making those contributions will not be without challenges, and the manner and motives behind such efforts will always be under scrutiny.
Cui Liru Senior Researcher, Taihe Institute
Feb 01, 2018
In a recent speech, Xi Jinping referred to a “period of historic opportunities” instead of a “period of strategic opportunities.”
Eric Farnsworth Vice President, COA, Washington D.C. Office
Jan 08, 2018
U.S. policy-makers must recognize that the most productive path forward is not to maneuver into constant conflict with China but rather to concentrate on our own competitiveness, to restore a sense of national unity, and to re-emerge from the current political cycle as an example of an open market democracy that others are both willing and able to emulate.