Shi Yinhong, Professor, Renmin University
Mar 19, 2014
As China’s foreign policy continues to develop, Shi Yinhong compares China’s previous policy priorities under President Hu Jintao with those of the current leadership, under President Xi Jinping, to determine what lies ahead.
Zhai Kun, Professor, Peking University
Feb 19, 2014
Following the first year of the new Chinese leadership’s time in power, Zhai Kun examines why tensions in the Asia-Pacific continue to increase and what can be done to promote regional stability and development without endangering the current US-China relationship.
Shen Dingli, Professor, Institute of International Studies, Fudan University
Jan 03, 2014
With the commanding in power of China’s new leadership in the March, China has unfolded its ambitious new diplomacy with amity, accommodation and principle, writes Shen Dingli.
Li Yanliang, Assistant Research Fellow, SIIS
Dec 06, 2013
The reform measures set forth at China’s recent Third Plenum will push the country’s leadership to pursue bilateral trade agreements and hard power capabilities will continue to be a top priority as consolidation of the foreign-policy making process is causing a polarization in China’s classification of “friends” and “enemies”.
Ted Galen Carpenter, Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Nov 28, 2013
While nations in the international community, especially Japan, Australia, and the United States, rushed to provide generous relief aid to the Philippines in the aftermath of devastating Typhoon Haiyan, China’s response has been noticeably different.
Chen Jimin, Guest Researcher, Center for Peace and Development Studies, China Association for International Friendly Contact
Nov 18, 2013
In the past year, China’s new administration has taken steps to improve regional ties in Asia by perusing an active peripheral diplomatic strategy. The multiple visits by President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang demonstrate this. Chen Jimin explains three reasons why China is choosing to explore this strategy.
Chen Xiangyang, Director and Research Professor, CICIR
Nov 13, 2013
The conference on diplomacy with neighboring countries signaled a new era for proactive interaction between China and its neighbors, writes Chen Xiangyang.
Wang Yusheng, Executive Director, China Foundation for Int'l Studies
Nov 12, 2013
China’s rapid rise to power has caught the attention of the world. China’s new diplomatic strategy of extending “olive branches” has some states worried and others intrigued. Can a balance be found between China’s national interests, the US pivot to Asia and the interests of regional actors such as ASEAN or Japan?
Chen Xulong, Director, China Institute of Int'l Studies
Nov 09, 2013
Xi Jinping has launched a new era of periphery diplomacy and will make for better political and economic relations with neighboring countries, closer security cooperation and stronger people-to-people contact.
Nov 07, 2013
All eyes are on the Central Committee’s Third Plenum scheduled to open in Beijing on November 9 for details about China’s economic reforms. As attention focuses on domestic economic development, however, Chinese foreign policy also deserves notice.