Zhang Junshe Researcher, PLA Naval Military Academic Research Institute
Dec 03 , 2013
The setup of an Air Defense Identification Zone in China’s East China Sea has caused tensions with Japan and the U.S. However, the setting up of such a zone is not outside of China’s right as an international state. The U.S. and Japan, who have AIDZ of their own should respect this as they work with China to reduce tensions.
Richard Weitz Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Dec 03 , 2013
The Obama administration is eager to dampen the tensions in the East China Sea. With the dangers of miscalculation too high, Richard Weitz states that the disputed islands are hardly worth a war.
Su Xiaohui Deputy Director of Int'l & Strategic Studies, CIIS
Dec 02 , 2013
China’s move of the East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) has aroused strong reaction from a number of countries, including Japan and the US. It seems that China will cast more shadow on its relationship with neighboring countries and will be in new trouble in building the special relationship with the US. However, it is likely to turn out that the ADIZ works and China’s bottom-line thinking behind the zone proves to be effective, writes Su Xiaohui.
Ma Shikun Senior Journalist, the People’s Daily
Nov 28 , 2013
Are warnings of the US provoking a war between China and Japan warranted? Ma Shikun examines the facts and lays out why current tensions warrant understanding and collaboration to ultimately avoid conflict.
Nov 27 , 2013
The Chinese Ministry of National Defense issued a statement on Saturday on establishing the East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ). This new action complies with China's laws and has precedents to follow in the international community, writes Luo Yuan.
Feng Zhaokui Honorary Academician, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Nov 14 , 2013
A November 1 article written by the Wall Street Journal has been the cause of some concern for those who follow US-China-Japan relations. While the US has maintained its position of “neutrality,” China is concerned about its own security as well as that of the region as Japan’s nationalistic leaders continue to pursue more active military and foreign policies.
Xue Junying Research Fellow of Center of American Studies, China Foundation for International Studies
Nov 12 , 2013
Japan is making provocative statements on the issue of the Diaoyu Islands and questioning the Chinese position, writes Xue Junying.
Oct 29 , 2013
Both sides on the Korean Peninsula should realize that neither could destroy the other, and that it is necessary to continue this confrontational peace based on reciprocity and balance, write Shuang Shi and Xiong Lei.
Colin Moreshead Freelance Writer
Oct 24 , 2013
As Japanese Prime Minister Abe seems to have discarded his nationalist talking points in favor of a more populist platform, many wonder how China will be affected?
Jiang Yuechun Director, China Institute of Int'l Studies
Sep 11 , 2013
The relations between China and the US and between China and Japan, although in constant flux, will never transcend that between the US and Japan, writes Jiang Yuechun.