Fu Ying Chair, Center for International Security and Strategy, Tsinghua University
Jul 31 , 2015
Whether the world’s nations can adjust to changes and to work with instead of working against the new arrivals on the world stage is going to be a major test. China has chosen to integrate itself into the international order, and has greatly benefited from being part of it, so China should be seen as a partner, not a competitor.
Ted Galen Carpenter Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Jul 27 , 2015
American hawks who regard China as an implacable geopolitical adversary exhibit an unhealthy foreign policy perspective. But U.S. leaders and the American public also need to be careful not to lean too far in the other direction—toward an appeasement policy toward Beijing.
Sun Chenghao Assistant Research Fellow, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations
Jul 27 , 2015
Improving U.S.-Cuba Relations have implications for China, but there is no need for strategic competition in Cuba and Latin America at large while Washington and Beijing share common interests in the region.
Yin Chengde Research Fellow, China Foundation for International Studies
Jul 22 , 2015
The US pursues increasingly aggressive strategies against Russia, partly because it perceives Russia’s national power as too diminished to wage a meaningful fight, and now it has to face the music. Washington must cool things off by abandoning confrontation.
Yu Sui Professor, China Center for Contemporary World Studies
Jul 08 , 2015
Events commemorating the 70th anniversary of victory will be opportunities for China to demonstrate its determination to safeguard peace and promote development in the world, unswervingly pursue peaceful development and strengthen mutual trust with wartime allies, including the US.
Chen Xiangyang Deputy Director, CICIR
Jul 03 , 2015
The media and public opinion have become the new focuses of major-power competition, as the US struggles to maintain a supreme position in the current world order.
Rogier Creemers Research Officer, Programme for Comparative Media Law and Policy
Jun 29 , 2015
Despite no public statements made by the U.S. government, China has been implicated in a recent hack of the U.S. Office for Personnel Management. It has spurred a debate on information security, differences between economic espionage and cold war espionage, and the overall bilateral relationship.
Jun 18 , 2015
"Issue-specific partnership, instead of alliance" may become an outstanding feature of the three countries relations in the future, but their varying relationships challenge their ability to work together to meet global problems and coordinate global governance.
Mel Gurtov Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Portland State University
Jun 16 , 2015
Just as U.S. President Bill Clinton expressed to Chinese President Jiang Zemin in 1996, both countries need to rely on the common interests of combating climate change and strengthening mutual security. This can happen with improved and people-to-people interaction.
Wu Zhenglong Senior Research Fellow, China Foundation for Int'l Studies
May 21 , 2015
The 70th anniversary of WWII is a good time to reflect on global governance and progress in ending colonialism, while promoting peace. More nations need to observe the basic norms of the World Charter, the institutional structures must be adapted to new threats, and representation by smaller nations must be more equal.