Kishore Mahbubani, Dean of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore
May 18, 2018
Can the US be as pragmatic as China?
Xianbo Wu, MA Candidate, New York University
May 18, 2018
The ZTE crisis has shocked China by revealing its vulnerability to foreign countries in advanced technologies. Even though the U.S. is fully justified to punish a Chinese company for violating the rules, it should take into account that if it is perceived as exploiting China's dependence, it could face further difficulties in making progress in other fields, such as reducing China's market barriers.
Wang Fan, Vice President, China Foreign Affairs University
May 17, 2018
China-US interdependence should prevent the two countries from entering a Cold War. Mutually assured destruction will prevent a hot war.
Dominic Ng, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of East West Bank
May 16, 2018
How China and the U.S. can strike a new deal.
Zach Montague, News Assistant, New York Times
May 15, 2018
At its core, the current flare up in U.S.-China trade relations is only the latest episode in a long-running rivalry between the two sides in science and technology. Washington should take the present climate as an opportunity to engage China in a constructive way and look inward for ways to shore up its own tech sector.
Li Ruogu, Vice President,China Foundation for Peace and Development
May 15, 2018
The US should stop resorting to unilaterialism and protectionism on trade issues. In this way the economic cooperation between China, the United States, and other countries can be further consolidated and developed.
Amy Zhao, M.A. Student, NYU Washington Square
May 14, 2018
Overturning the trade deficit is only an excuse: what Trump and his administration are aiming to achieve is to terminate the progress of the “Made in China 2025” initiative and eventually, to delay the development of China’s high-tech industries.
Sara Hsu, Visiting Scholar at Fudan University
May 11, 2018
What is needed now between China and the U.S. is better negotiation between both parties and a lot more goodwill, particularly on the part of the U.S. Basic education about how trade works is also essential for the Trump White House, which appears to have confused trade deficits with real economic losses.
Shen Yamei, Director, Department for American Studies, China Institute of International Studies
May 10, 2018
To stop the trade friction from inflicting broader pain on bilateral ties, China and the United States must make their strategic intentions clear.
May 08, 2018
Liu He visit renews cautious optimism of resolution to trade impasse