Fu Ying Chair, Center for International Security and Strategy, Tsinghua University
Dec 02, 2016
The following are remarks by Madam Fu Ying, chairperson of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National People's Congress, at the inaugural China-U.S. Forum at
He Wenping Senior Fellow, Charhar Institute
Jul 06, 2016
The untimely passing of Ambassador Wu Jianmin is a reminder that President Xi’s mantra of “no conflict or confrontation, mutual respect and win-win cooperation” is worth repeating by more “doves” in both countries. The China-US relationship must be guided by more common sense, so that the “core interests” of both sides will not be undercut by “hawks” craving for war.
Wu Zurong Research Fellow, China Foundation for Int'l Studies
May 31, 2016
The foreign policy of a sovereign country is closely associated with making friends, but foreign policy is not the only factor. With the ongoing implementation of its policy of reform and opening-up, China continues to make more new friends with developing and developed countries. Now, China has established economic, trade and cultural relations with almost all countries and regions in the world – all without benefit of a military-alliance system.
May 26, 2016
China's top diplomat in Washington argues that both Beijing and Washington need a new vision for a bilateral relationship based on new realities in the world and form a new partnership to work together to deal with global challenges of today. In doing so, he claims, both can better accomplish domestic goals and fulfill international roles.
Doug Bandow Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Apr 26, 2016
Doug Bandow takes a global portrait of China’s strategic partnerships and “non-alliance” policies, arguing that as the great Eastern power grows so must its capacity to create not just military allies but friends.
Cui Liru Senior Researcher, Taihe Institute
Jan 20, 2016
Global developments have led China to take a more proactive approach in dealing with international issues in 2015 that saw China transition to practicing “major-country” diplomacy. As U.S.-China relations are turning more contentious and competitive, the two countries must seek convergence of common interests and avoid conflict and confrontation.
Wu Zhenglong Senior Research Fellow, China Foundation for Int'l Studies
Dec 15, 2015
Beijing’s global outlook is strategically forward-looking, inclusive and peaceful. It not only serves as the theoretical foundation for the development of China’s foreign affairs, but also helps inject fresh Chinese wisdom in building a new type of international relations.
Tung Chee Hwa Chairman, China-United States Exchange Foundation
Dec 15, 2015
The first Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) C.H. Tung argues that the success of the modern day China is not accidental. While globalization certainly contributed to China’s rapid growth and prosperous development, what Tung describes as "China miracle" is a result of the country’s efforts to ensure a smooth leadership transition, enact sound policies, as well as of the expansion of freedom that liberated the entrepreneurial and innovative spirit of its citizens.
Dec 01, 2015
To see China’s evolving foreign policy, look to Africa, where a desire to protect economic investment is leading to a revision of the country’s hands-off approach to the internal affairs of other nations.
Yi Fan Analyst, Foreign Ministry of China
Oct 28, 2015
Looking back, the last ten years has been a transformational decade not just for China and Britain, but also for their bilateral relations. As the commercial ties grow more robust, cultural interflows getting more impressive, and collaboration on the international issues intensifies, the two countries are set to usher in a "Golden Decade" in their relations.