Minxin Pei Professor, Claremont McKenna College
Sep 06 , 2018
Behind China’s apparent might lie fundamental weaknesses.
Chen Yonglong Director of Center of American Studies, China Foundation for International Studies
Aug 23 , 2018
The US, in launching a ‘trade war’ against China, is appealing to the thinking and rhetoric of the late-twentieth-century - Cold War. This is inappropriate to the modern age, as the world has moved on and become multipolar. China does not itself seek hegemony, but has a number of options to build alliances with which to repel any US hegemonic ambitions, which are thus doomed to failure.
Zhang Tuosheng Director of China Foundation for International Strategic Studies, Senior Adviser at Pangoal Institution
Jul 16 , 2018
This is how a cold war between China and the US might start.
He Yafei Former Vice Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Jul 03 , 2018
Cold War benefits no one.
Zhao Minghao Research Fellow, Charhar Institute
Jun 29 , 2018
China and the US need to be vigilant toward the new challenges in their bilateral relations, maintain strategic restraint and change the pattern of their interactions if they are to avoid unthinkingly entering a new Cold War.
Wang Fan Vice President, China Foreign Affairs University
May 17 , 2018
China-US interdependence should prevent the two countries from entering a Cold War. Mutually assured destruction will prevent a hot war.
Fan Gaoyue Guest Professor at Sichuan University, Former Chief Specialist at PLA Academy of Military Science
Feb 08 , 2018
Labeling China and Russia revisionist powers is a declaration of a new Cold War.
Wang Zhen Director of Security Studies Program, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences
Mar 09 , 2017
America’s biggest enemy today is neither China nor Russia, but its own identity crisis. Resorting to out-of-date thinking to seek a new “balancing” strategy of realigned alliances makes no sense in today’s economically interdependent world. Turning potential friends into foes, on the other hand, could lead the country in a terrible direction.
Zan Tao Senior Researcher, Pangoal Institution
Feb 29 , 2016
The main challenges for the post-Cold War world include: Control by and challenges from international capitals, legacies of the Cold War, asymmetrical threats such as terrorism, regional and transnational conflicts. The world must find proper and effective means to cope with such challenges and manage crises in a time when the mobility and interdependence of personnel, capital, goods and ideas are increasingly enhanced.
Wu Sike Member on Foreign Affairs Committee, CPPCC
Nov 17 , 2015
If big powers show courage and set aside their differences, and work together in a just, balanced intervention under the framework international law, they will not only help the Syrians out of hardship and avoid long-term instability in the region, they may also find a new way to prevent similar armed conflicts in the future.