Zhao Weibin, Researcher, PLA Academy of Military Science
Oct 16, 2013
Following United States military intervention in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya, Zhao Weibin lays out four reasons why the Obama administration is unlikely to undertake military action in Syria against Bashar al-Assad.
Joel Wuthnow, A China analyst at CNA
Oct 08, 2013
As China has distanced itself from Syria in the last eighteen months. Joel Wuthnow believes that arguments that China is hedging its bets on Assad may be premature.
Chen Xiangyang, Director and Research Professor, CICIR
Sep 09, 2013
The “Snowden Incident” has harmed United States standing in the international community in three ways: weakened US soft power, complicated game theory among the world’s four leading powers, and proved the danger of web-based non-state entities.
Li Shaoxian, VP, China Institute of Contemporary Int'l Relations
Sep 05, 2013
Li Shaoxian weighs the risks and potential consequences of a US military strike on Syria, concluding that once there is military intervention the hope for reconciliation will become slimmer.
Wu Sike, Member on Foreign Affairs Committee, CPPCC
Sep 05, 2013
China is highly concerned about the alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria, and supports the UN Secretariat in carrying out an independent, objective, impartial and professional investigation, writes Wu Sike.
Zhou Bo, Senior Fellow, Center for International Security and Strategy, Tsinghua University
Aug 09, 2013
At the Sunnyland summit, Chinese president Xi Jinping and US President Barack Obama pledged to establish a “new type of relationship between the major powers” and to upgrade the military relationship to a new level, writes Zhou Bo.
Aug 08, 2013
The implementation of the United States’ pivot to Asia continues to ratchet up tensions between the US and China. In order to avoid a destabilizing arms race and facilitate crisis management, David Gompert and Terrence Kelly provide two solutions.
Liu Junhong, Researcher, Chinese Institute of Contemporary Int'l Relations
Jul 29, 2013
Liu Junhong writes that Japan’s recent election results reflect the shifting landscape of Japan's party politics, and drastic changes in the country's domestic and international environment.
Wang Jisi, President, Institute of International and Strategic Studies, Peking University
Jul 24, 2013
Eminent scholar Wang Jisi reviews the study US-China 2022: Economic Relations in the Next Ten Years, and describes the proposals for the governments and business communities of the two countries as extraordinarily glittering and encouraging.
Da Wei, Director of the Center for International Strategy and Security and Professor at Tsinghua University
Jul 22, 2013
This year’s Sino-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue yielded more than one hundred deals, writes Da Wei, and showed signs of accelerated advancement in the bilateral relationship.