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  • Sun Chenghao, Fellow, Center for International Security and Strategy, Tsinghua University

    Dec 17, 2020

    The outgoing U.S. president’s attempts to booby-trap his successor’s ability to improve relations with China is troublesome. It will take some time for the new occupant of the White House to stitch things together. But time is not unlimited.

  • Philippe Legrain, Visiting Senior Fellow, London School of Economics’ European Institute

    Nov 27, 2020

    Before he was US president, Donald Trump built a reality-television persona on the catchphrase, “You’re fired.” Now, the American people have fired him. And Trump’s defeat has also dealt a devastating blow to nationalist populists in Europe and elsewhere. Might it prove lethal?

  • James H. Nolt, Adjunct Professor at New York University

    Oct 13, 2020

    Donald Trump’s tax return report is a bombshell even in the midst of a turbulent year. Within the numbers may lie the answers to some of Trump’s erratic decisions and outbursts.

  • Sun Chenghao, Fellow, Center for International Security and Strategy, Tsinghua University

    Wang Lei, Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of World Political Studies, CICIR

    Oct 08, 2020

    When U.S. president Donald Trump addressed the United Nations in a pre-recorded speech, he continued his sabotage of everything the organization stands for. By contrast, President Xi Jinping was the adult in the room, making the case that major powers have major responsibility.

  • Philip Cunningham, Independent Scholar

    Aug 21, 2020

    The US-China relationship has become characterized by tit-for-tat responses. In these hypercritical times, asymmetrical responses may be the only way to get these two countries back to the business of cooperative, civil relations.

  • Elizabeth Drew, Washington-based Journalist

    Jun 13, 2020

    It has been a calamity for the United States that, when two national tragedies – the COVID-19 crisis and the country’s legacy of racism – collided this spring, the occupant of the White House was an unstable person, totally unfit to govern.

  • Fan Gaoyue, Guest Professor at Sichuan University, Former Chief Specialist at PLA Academy of Military Science

    Apr 29, 2020

    While millions ofpeople around the world are suffering from COVID-19, U.S. President Donald Trump disappointed the world again by announcing a hold on funding for the World Health Organization, using the excuse that the WHO severely mismanaged and covered up the outbreak and It is supposedly, in his words, "China centric.” The action by the United States has seriously impeded WHO operations, impaired cooperation and solidarity of WHO member states in the fight against the coronavirus and put hundreds and thousands of lives in danger.

  • Li Yan, Deputy Director of Institute of American Studies, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations

    Apr 21, 2020

    A short-term spike in popularity during the COVID-19 crisis doesn’t necessarily mean a better chance of re-election for the incumbent U.S. president. Many current supporters still disagree with his overall political views and style.

  • Lucio Blanco Pitlo III, Research Fellow, Asia-Pacific Pathways to Progress Foundation

    Mar 21, 2020

    Trump’s approach, the Great American Comeback, has seen some success domestically but has been rocky in the international scene. Given persistent and emerging global threats, America First should not necessarily mean America alone.

  • Elizabeth Drew, Washington-based Journalist

    Jan 21, 2020

    The recent tense, dangerous exchanges between the United States and Iran have revealed a great deal about US President Donald Trump’s management of his foreign policy. The main conclusion is that he doesn’t have one.

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