Su Jingxiang Fellow, China Institutes for Contemporary International Relations
Aug 09 , 2018
Su Jingxiang analyses Donald Trump’s priorities to predict what actions he will take in the international arena.
Joseph S. Nye Professor, Harvard University
Aug 08 , 2018
What will be the effect of all the president's lies?
Yu Sui Professor, China Center for Contemporary World Studies
Jul 25 , 2018
The meeting between Trump and Putin shows that great powers can co-exist peacefully instead of confronting one another.
Christopher A. McNally Professor of Political Economy, Chaminade University
Jul 18 , 2018
What is Trump’s rationale in expanding the trade skirmishes? What, ultimately, is his end game? While Trump, as any human being, has many sides to him, his ideological inclinations need to be taken more seriously.
Yin Chengde Research Fellow, China Foundation for International Studies
Jul 12 , 2018
Why does Trump think he can get away with anything?
Shen Yamei Associate Research Fellow, China Institute of International Studies
Jul 04 , 2018
Trump has withdrawn the US from so many important agreements and institutions. How can the US possibly lead the world from the outside?
Sun Chenghao Assistant Research Fellow, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations
Jun 22 , 2018
There’s a new normal for American diplomacy.
Vasilis Trigkas Onassis Visiting Scholar, Tsinghua University
Jun 21 , 2018
America’s surprisingly healthy demographics and abundance in guns and butter cannot sustain its global preeminence if virulent politics of resentment undo its constitutional order. Competition between China and the United States will ultimately be shaped by a clash for domestic political excellence.
James H. Nolt Adjunct Professor at New York University
Jun 21 , 2018
As the U.S. and China exchange their first barrage of tariffs, it's worth examining the flawed logic that led the U.S. to begin this trade war. The reality is that the U.S. is not the paragon of a free market economy it presents itself as, and China is not as exploitative in trade as the Trump administration would suggest.
Tian Feilong Associate Professor, the Law School of Beihang University
Jun 20 , 2018
Unlike the US and Imperial Japan, China supports harmony for all.