William Overholt Senior Fellow, Fung Global Institute
Aug 14 , 2018
In its haste to prepare for a ‘rising China’ and the increasing power of President Xi, the U.S. has misread crucial political and economic factors that could change the United States’ characterization of China as a threat.
Zhang Jun Professor, Fudan University
Aug 01 , 2018
In the West, many economists and observers now portray China as a fierce competitor for global technological supremacy. This is a serious misrepresentation, argues Zhang Jun.
Curtis S. Chin Former U.S. Ambassador to Asian Development Bank
Jose B. Collazo Southeast Asia Analyst and an Associate at RiverPeak Group
Jul 03 , 2018
Blockbuster film Black Panther might offer up an unintentional message for China’s urban leaders: there need not be a default setting for what urbanization looks and feels like. Cities everywhere, including in China, will continue to grow, but they can do so by embracing their rich pasts while building a vibrant, unique, and inclusive future.
Jeff Ng Continuum Economics’ Chief Economist, Asia
Jun 22 , 2018
In the past, restrictions on China’s ‘one-child policy’ had been a popular topic in the news, but in recent months, the focus has fallen on the consequences of this policy on the Chinese society and economy. How should President Xi’s government handle this demographic change?
Dinny McMahon Fellow at MacroPolo
May 31 , 2018
This century is supposed to be China’s century, the result of forty years of hard-won prosperity on the back of tough-minded reform and sacrifice. That still might happen, but the outcome rides heavily on whether a new generation of leaders are able to resurrect the magic of China’s economic exceptionalism.
Charlie Parton Associate fellow of The Royal United Services Institute
May 16 , 2018
To achieve its goal of becoming a leading global power by 2050, China must resolve its looming water shortage, writes Charlie Parton.
Alicia Garcia Herrero Senior Fellow, Bruegel
May 02 , 2018
If China’s moves towards financial opening did not soften the U.S. administration’s stance toward China after President Trump’s visit last year, why would this year’s Boao Forum speech, containing mostly old ideas, be any different?
Fu Ying Vice Chair, NPC Foreign Affairs Committee
Apr 19 , 2018
The world has seen enough great power conflict.
Cheng Li Director, Brookings Institution
Gary Xie Student at the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.
Apr 18 , 2018
In April 2017, President Xi Jinping designated three counties in Hebei Province as the “Xiong’an New Area.” This special development area is crucial for Xi’s “new era” ¬–– and for his legacy. The success or failure of Xiong’an could affect his new vision for China’s development.
Gregory Kulacki Senior Analyst, Union of Concerned Scientists
Apr 12 , 2018
China's a lot less scary up close.