Peter Bittner, Lecturer, University of California, Berkeley
Dec 21, 2017
President Trump’s Asia ‘policy’ is disjointed to say the least, but his administration’s latest responses to OBOR are becoming adversarial in tone.
Jia Wenshan, Professor, Chapman University
Benjamin Leffel, Ph.D. student in Department of Sociology,University of California Irvine
Dec 18, 2017
Fading is the “mutually assured destruction” (MAD) defining of Cold War rivalries, as great power relations have marinated long enough in globalization to give way to a deep interdependence, one which lends itself more so to Mutually Assured Gains or “MAG”. Such is the case with U.S.-China relations, though the national-level of this relationship offers more of a precarious bag of mixed results.
Sara Hsu, Visiting Scholar at Fudan University
Dec 14, 2017
Although President Donald Trump appears to have changed his tune on China from all-out accusatory on the campaign trail to grumbling in the Oval Office, U.S.-China economic relations are at their most precarious in years. The issue of trade is a major stumbling block between the two nations.
Sampson Oppedisano, Executive Assistant to the Dean, The Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy
Dec 08, 2017
When a U.S. president goes on a tour of a region of the world, the goals can range from reassuring existing alliances, to encouraging the adoption of democratic values such as human rights, to working on building diplomatic relations and economic development. Not President Donald Trump.
Shi Yinhong, Professor, Renmin University
Nov 28, 2017
Due to various causes, China’s strategic posture in East Asia and the western Pacific after Xi Jinping became China’s top leader again. However, China’s strategic behavior in the same region began to moderate as situation shifted both at home and internationally. This trend started even before Donald Trump’ election as the U.S. president.
Da Wei, Director of Center for International Strategy and Security; Professor at Tsinghua University
Nov 24, 2017
China and the U.S. should seize on the positive momentum to build a stable long-term relationship.
Doug Bandow, Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Nov 15, 2017
President Xi is likely to lead China for many more years. Although the PRC’s climb to greatness is not assured, it is likely to pose an ever more serious challenge to the U.S. The Trump administration must demonstrate maturity and sophistication if Washington is going to respond effectively.
Zhang Monan, Deputy Director of Institute of American and European Studies, CCIEE
Nov 10, 2017
Here’s what the US and Chin can do to deepen economic cooperation.
Nov 10, 2017
The Commerce Department has revealed the 37 major deals signed between U.S. and Chinese companies during President Donald Trump's trip through Asia, totaling more than $250 billion.
Chinese and U.S. companies signed deals worth more than 250 billion U.S. dollars during President Donald Trump's state visit to China.Chinese President Xi Jinpi