Zhao Weibin, Researcher, PLA Academy of Military Science
Jun 26, 2013
The rapidly developing Chinese space program contains several misconceptions including China is looking to extend military power, China is weaponizing space and that Chinese space activity is a threat to the US. As Zhao Weibin explains, China, has only peaceful space goals.
Ely Ratner, Research Fellow, Center for a New American Security
Apr 24, 2013
Why are Chinese leaders so paranoid about the United States? Ely Ratner attempts to answer this question and explains how the modernization of the People’s Liberation Army and changes to China’s national security environment will impact future relations with the US.
James Acton, Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Apr 23, 2013
Escalating tensions on the Korean peninsula have put a renewed focus on nuclear threats. After the release last week of a Chinese white paper on defense, James Acton draws our attention the omission of China’s no-first-use policy and explains how this newly articulated position impacts the country’s nuclear policy.
Yao Yunzhu, Retired Major General, Chinese People’s Liberation Army
Apr 22, 2013
For nearly half a century, China’s No-First-Use pledge has served as the cornerstone of its nuclear policy, writes Major General Yao Yunzhu. It is better for China to uphold its NFU policy, rather than discredit such a commitment.
He Weiwen, Senior Fellow, Center for China and Globalization, CCG
Oct 25, 2012
The US House Intelligence Committee released a report blocking Huawei and ZTE's access to the US market sales and M&A. Coincidently, Softbank, Japan, acquir