Dong Chunling, Deputy Director, Office of the Center for the Study of a Holistic View of National Security, CICIR
Dec 21, 2023
The statesman recognized the inevitability of China’s rise and suggested how the United States should handle it. The two countries have the capability to bring peace and progress to the world, as well as the ability to destroy it all. Which will they choose?
Li Daokui, Economist and Professor of economics at Tsinghua University
Dec 08, 2023
In the cold winter of 1972, a schoolteacher in a poor Chinese village asked his whole class: “The U.S. president Nixon and his adviser Dr. Kissinger will be in China. What should we do?”
Sun Chenghao, Fellow, Center for International Security and Strategy, Tsinghua University
Jul 22, 2023
Tension between China and the U.S. is at a precarious point, the renowned diplomat noted, saying the trajectory of the relationship must be altered. In the short to medium term, there are still a significant number of opportunities.
Wang Yi, Foreign Minister of the People's Republic of China
Sep 24, 2022
In dealing with China, zero-sum mindset and "political correctness" is misleading and dangerous.
Cheng Li, Director, John L. Thornton China Center, The Brookings Institution
Aug 26, 2022
Recent events in the Taiwan Strait have led to an outpouring of international concern regarding potential war between the United States and China. AI technology advancements, which these two superpowers are leaders in research, resources, and patents, would mean that the world has yet to see the most AI-driven conflict in history.
Stephen Orlins, President, National Committee on U.S.-China Relations
Mar 01, 2017
Today marks the 45th anniversary of the Shanghai Communique, which brought unprecedented peace and development to Asia.
Nathan Gardels, Editor-in-chief, THEWORLDPOST
Nov 22, 2014
Dialogue between Henry Kissinger and Fu Ying, which took place during a recent visit she made to the United States. Its candor and tone offer valuable insights into the thinking of these two important figures on the foreign policy of their countries.
Oct 06, 2012
As the U.S.-China relationship continues to grow, in size and complexity, what are the implications of this once-in-a-decade leadership transition, especially for bilateral interaction? Dr. Henry A. Kissinger is joined by former Ambassador to China J. Stapleton Roy, former Fellow Dr. Cheng Li, and China scholar Dr. David M. Lampton to discuss the possible implications for U.S.-China relations of this once-in-a-decade power transition.