Leonardo Dinic, Advisor to the CroAsia Institute
Oct 30, 2019
As during the Cold War, the US must ‘forge ahead’ by cultivating top-tier talent and preserving its central national security and geo-economic interests through expanded federal funding programs. Otherwise, Beijing will spend its way to global supremacy.
John Gong, Professor at University of International Business and Economics and China Forum Expert
Oct 16, 2019
With the United States talking about an incremental approach, the dispute could drag on indefinitely. But both sides have incentive to call it quits — preferably sooner than later.
Zhang Monan, Senior Fellow, China Center for International Economic Exchanges
Oct 11, 2019
Business leaders have begun to realize that disengagement with China will have a huge impact on the world order and inflict tremendous losses on major U.S. companies.
Su Jingxiang, Fellow, China Institutes for Contemporary International Relations
Oct 10, 2019
By all appearances, the goal of anti-China hawks is to suppress the country’s rise and gain flexibility to interfere around the globe. But decoupling will only create a political and economic crisis.
He Yafei, Former Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs
Oct 10, 2019
A tragic sensibility after the experience of two world wars compelled the United States to establish a new international order backed by American power. After decades of relative peace and prosperity, however, this sensibility is waning – as the United States demonstrates a lack of collective will to maintain its position on the global stage. As China increasingly assumes the position of a world power, it must maintain its tragic sensibility and awareness of crisis.
An Gang, Adjunct Fellow, Center for International Security and Strategy, Tsinghua University
Oct 09, 2019
As U.S. policy has grown increasingly aggressive, China’s posture has shifted, with long-term effects.
Zhao Minghao, Senior Fellow, Charhar Institute
Sep 30, 2019
In a fluid negotiating environment where some issues cannot be solved through a trade deal, an interim agreement may be best for both sides. Washington should consider the idea carefully.
Neil Bush, Founder and Chairman, George H. W. Bush Foundation for U.S.-China Relations
Oct 08, 2019
The growing anti-China sentiment in the United States is counterproductive to the trade relationship between the two countries. Americans must understand that this bilateral trade relationship is, in fact, beneficial to both nations.
Vali Nasr, Professor of International Politics, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies
Sep 27, 2019
China and the United States find themselves in a situation that is gradually souring, but the current US strategy towards China is not exclusively a Trumpian one.
David Firestein, President, George H. W. Bush Foundation for U.S.-China Relations
Sep 26, 2019
This is no ordinary time in US-China relations. While President Trump lacks consistency, predictability, factuality on many areas in the US-China relationship, there is still a major lack of reciprocity in the US-China trade relationship. Even so, there still exists a viable pathway to a US-China relationship that is mutually beneficial and politically sustainable.