Jianyin Roachell, Transatlantic Digital Debate Fellow and Co-founder of Policybot.io
Feb 12, 2020
Made-In-China 2025 is China’s controversial agenda that could propel it to be the world’s leading nation in manufacturing. While the plan was formally withdrawn after receiving US backlash, Beijing may still be operating along that plan—just less transparently.
Minxin Pei, Tom and Margot Pritzker ’72 Professor of Government , Claremont McKenna College
Apr 17, 2019
The dismissal of a former key finance official as chairman of China's social security fund underscores that the government that has become intolerant of internal policy disagreements.
Mar 06, 2019
U.S. has slammed program as a subsidy-stuffer to advance China as global technology leader at U.S. expense.
Stephen Nagy, Professor, Department of Politics and International Studies at the International Christian University
Jan 25, 2019
China’s pursuit of Artificial Intelligence (AI) hegemony will strengthen the CCP’s position, increase economic development, and transform global trade, ultimately challenging the US’s ability to maintain its dominant political, economic and security presence in Asia.
Bian Xiaochun, Deputy Director at the Institute of World Development
Jun 07, 2018
The producer-consumer relationship between China and the US underpins the current global trade landscape, and it is unlikely to change in the short run because of a trade war.
Patrick Mendis, Visiting Professor of Global Affairs, National Chengchi University
Joey Wang, Defense Analyst
Jun 07, 2018
President Trump’s measures to help ZTE get back in business are based on flawed logic. They suggest that steel and aluminum is more crucial to America’s national security than semiconductor chips, which are extremely pervasive globally and used in modern warfare. This is absurd, Patrick Mendis and Joey Wang argue.
He Weiwen, Senior Fellow, Center for China and Globalization, CCG
Nov 24, 2017
The trade deals signed during Trump’s recent visit to China represent a step in the right direction, but they won’t alter trade dynamics between the two countries.
Nov 23, 2017
China’s private businesses – from internet service provider Tencent to carmaker Geely – are to play a greater role in the country’s top