Brahma Chellaney Professor, Center for Policy Research
Feb 04 , 2020
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership was set to become the world’s largest free trade agreement. But India’s withdrawal from it has thrown the negotiated trade bloc into imbalance and has underscored India’s qualms with China’s trade practices.
Zhai Kun Professor, Peking University
Nov 27 , 2019
The ASEAN Summit this year delivered an inclusive and progressive road map for further cooperation. Six macro-level upgrades were presented.
Giulio Pugliese King’s College London, War Studies
Oct 10 , 2019
The United States-China trade war will make us all poorer and exacerbate the risks of war.
Jonathan Woetzel McKinsey Senior Partner
Jeongmin Seong Senior Fellow, McKinsey Global Institute in Shanghai
Oct 08 , 2019
In the nineteenth century, the world was Europeanized. In the twentieth century, it was Americanized. Now, it is being Asianized – and much faster than you may think.
Kemel Toktomushev Research Fellow, University of Central Asia
Jun 26 , 2019
Since its inception, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) has been criticized for lacking direction and enforcement power. Yet, the SCO still has a place as a discussion forum for top leadership in the region. We must reevaluate our expectations for the SCO and recognize that the creation of a discussion forum is a success in its own right.
Rene Zou China-focused policy analyst with a dual master’s from Sciences Po, Paris and Peking University
Jun 26 , 2019
In a trade war between two of the world’s largest economies, there are no winners. The U.S.-China trade spat will have spillover effects, with severe consequences for not only Asia, but the rest of the world.
Chen Yonglong Director of Center of American Studies, China Foundation for International Studies
Mar 08 , 2019
The US should move away from suppressing China’s development and instead make attempts towards collaboration. China and the US should find effective ways to get along in a new international economic and political environment, and seek mutually beneficial collaboration in competition and management and control.
Malte Humpert Founder and Senior Fellow, The Arctic Institute
Feb 28 , 2018
For China the Arctic represents a largely blank geoeconomic canvas outside of the United States’ sphere of influence in which it can lay the foundation today for significant economic and geopolitical rewards in the future.
Yun Sun Senior Associate with the East Asia Program, Henry L. Stimson Center
Feb 27 , 2018
The release of China’s Arctic White Paper in late January brought broad attention to China’s somewhat nascent but rapidly expanding role and interests in the Arctic region. Even though most of the information in the White Paper is not new, initiatives such as the Polar Silk Road could indicate a coming surge in China’s political and economic endeavors in the Arctic.
He Yafei Former Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs
Jan 17 , 2018
Security and the economy are the two key areas of global governance. Zero-sum game thinking on these issues should be avoided at all costs.