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, a current affairs commentator based in Beijing
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.
Wu Zurong, Research Fellow, China Foundation for Int'l Studies
Mar 04, 2015
China’s rise has given life to assumptions about the intentions of China’s influence. Wu Zurong dispels the notion of a Chinese “secret strategy” to replace the United States as the global superpower, and describes the complex historical relationship between China and the U.S. which has largely been based on cooperation.
Wu Jianmin, Former President, China Foreign Affairs University
Mar 03, 2015
China’s foreign policy three “no’s” are no expansion, no hegemony, and no alliances. Its foreign policy three “yes’s” are to peace, development, and cooperation. President Xi Jinping has stated over and over again that China will stick to this peaceful development strategy.
Chen Jimin, Guest Researcher, Center for Peace and Development Studies, China Association for International Friendly Contact
Jan 26, 2015
Chen Jimin explains the four principle aspects of China’s new approach to foreign policy, called “major-power diplomacy,” which entails agenda setting, strategy promotion, and flexibility.
Chen Xiangyang, Director and Research Professor, CICIR
Dec 31, 2014
Speaking at the recent Central Conference on Work Relating to Foreign Affairs, Xi Jinping spelled out China’s new foreign-policy vision, which many have characterized as a diplomatic manifesto to secure the “Chinese dream”.
Oct 22, 2014
China must forge partnerships with strategic pivots, or nations with which it has stable relations, to extend its influence.
Ma Shikun, Senior Journalist, the People’s Daily
Jan 30, 2014
Recent proposals for China to adopt an ‘alignment policy’ are strengthening as the United States continues its rebalancing strategy and return to Asia. However, Ma Shikun argues China should not abandon its nonalignment stance points out how the policy has contributed to China’s successful gains in recent years.