Kevin Rudd, Former Prime Minister of Australia
Feb 26, 2013
Now that Washington has sent Beijing a clear message it will be around for the long haul, however, the time has come for the two countries to deepen and institutionalize relationship to secure Asia’s lasting peace and prosperity.
Joseph S. Nye, Professor, Harvard University
Jan 29, 2013
Containment is simply not a relevant policy tool for dealing with a rising China. Asia’s internal balance of power should be the key to our strategy.
Wu Jinglian, Researcher, Development Research Center of State Council
Jan 25, 2013
China will never waver in its stand on the Diaoyu Islands issue, and the United States should persuade Japan to give up its policy of denying territorial disputes with China and settle through negotiation, writes Wu Jinan.
Duyeon Kim, Deputy Director, Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation
Jan 07, 2013
The U. S. Asia Pivot nevertheless has implications for the North Korean issue. A focus on China means China-North Korea issues would be dealt with within the framework of future U.S.-China relations, which could in turn affect the North Korean nuclear problem.
Dec 27, 2012
The United States has a huge and growing stake in the Asia-Pacific region, one that offers great promise for the American economy through trade and investment
Richard Weitz, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Dec 18, 2012
Following his participation at a dialogue at the Chinese Embassy, Richard Weitz highlights the most interesting themes that emerged from that conversation.
Robert Ross, Professor, Boston College
Dec 06, 2012
Ever since the Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping opened up his country’s economy in the late 1970s, China has managed to grow in power, wealth, and military might
Minxin Pei, Tom and Margot Pritzker ’72 Professor of Government , Claremont McKenna College
Nov 15, 2012
With President Barack Obama’s re-election and Xi Jinping set to take power in China, Professor Minxin Pei urges both leaders to reassess bilateral relations and establish strategic trust.
Yuan Zheng, Researcher, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Nov 12, 2012
Sino-US relations need to be better managed to control differences and promote greater trust for their smooth development. It is expect that after the US presidential election and the leadership transition in China both sides will expand their common interests, rationally view and control existing differences, and make further efforts to promote the benign development of Sino-US relations.
George Koo, Retired International Business Consultant and Contributor to Asia Times
Nov 08, 2012
It’s time the US reexamine the concept of strategic ambiguity in dealing with China. It simply has not worked. Both the US and China can better deploy their energy on other issues rather than managing the ups and downs of the bilateral relationship.