Zhang Zhixin, Chief of American Political Studies, CICIR
Nov 05, 2015
The U.S. vice president’s formal announcement that he will not run, and a lack of any other mainstream challenge, means the former secretary of state’s path to the presidency has suddenly been made smoother.
Ben Reynolds, Writer and Foreign Policy Analyst in New York
Apr 27, 2015
Hilary Clinton’s established perspective on U.S.-China relations as the face of the “Pivot to Asia,” does not bod well for the bilateral relationship, writes Ben Reynolds. The existing Clinton ties with the Center for New America Security (CNAS), a hawkish, pro-interventionist think tank, further the claim that U.S. militaristic hegemony will continue to be the foreign policy toward China.
Yang Wenjing, Chief of US Foreign Policy, Institute of Contemporary International Relations
Sep 06, 2012
Clinton’s ongoing visit to the Asia-Pacific brings nothing new. It’s just another round of furtherance of the so-called “Asia pivot” strategy, which, along with smart power, will be the two legacies left by this most diligent Secretary of Sate in the US history, since she will quit her job whether Obama is president or not the next year.
Sep 02, 2012
US' China policy needs to be changed in the direction of increasing mutual trust and avoiding miscalculations US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has just