Richard Weitz, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Aug 24, 2013
The four-day visit by the Chinese Defense Minster to the United States was another strong example of the growing ties between the US and China. The visit, which focused on future military-to-military ties, established further planning for exercises and communications in the coming year, and was deemed positive by both sides.
Wang Wenfeng, Professor, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations
Jan 29, 2013
While President Obama’s new Cabinet has the potential to improve US-China relations, an examination of Hillary Clinton’s role in shaping the United States' China policy suggests Obama holds all the cards.
Donald Gross, Senior Associate, Pacific Forum of CSIS
Jan 11, 2013
President Barack Obama’s cabinet shakeup could be a step toward improving Sino-US relations with his appointment of Senator John Kerry and former Senator Chuck Hagel as secretary of state and secretary of defense respectively.