George Koo Board Member, New America Media
Apr 17 , 2020
A confrontational approach will not work and the world's two biggest economies should join forces.
Doug Bandow Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Apr 16 , 2020
The coronavirus demonstrates the need for broader cooperation between China and the U.S. Now is not the time to decouple the bilateral relationship.
Richard Javad Heydarian Philippine-based academic
Apr 15 , 2020
At a time when countries all over the world face the onslaught of a rapidly mounting health crisis, one thing is clear: Sino-American and Asian-regional cooperation is paramount.
Carla A. Hills Former U.S. Trade Representative
Apr 10 , 2020
Tariffs and blame-games have only complicated China and the United States’ response to the novel coronavirus outbreak. Instead, cooperation could not only contribute to improving global and economic health but also help resolve other issues that are eroding the bilateral relationship today.
John Gong Professor, University of International Business and Economics
Apr 09 , 2020
Pointing fingers at China is not only unfair but also counterproductive. Nor is it helpful to blame the Trump administration in the United States for its unconscionably slow response, even after seeing China’s experience unfold. Rather, this is a time to unite and help each other.
Jin Liangxiang Senior Research Fellow, Shanghai Institute of Int'l Studies
Apr 07 , 2020
The novel coronavirus has spread to more than 200 countries and regions across the world, with more than 800,000 infections as of the end of March. It is a seri
Joseph S. Nye Professor, Harvard University
Apr 07 , 2020
COVID-19 is confronting humanity with its most severe test since 1918, when an influenza pandemic killed more people than died in World War I. Yet the top leaders of the world’s two largest economies, China and the United States, have failed the first round.
Ted Galen Carpenter Senior Fellow, Cato Institute
Apr 01 , 2020
It remains to be seen just how important the issue of U.S.-China relations will be in the 2020 election, but the current Coronavirus pandemic sets Trump up to almost certainly be the beneficiary.
Ni Feng Deputy Director, Institute of American Studies, CASS
Apr 03 , 2020
It’s probable that Sino-U.S. relations will continue to deteriorate and slip into cutthroat competition if the opportunities for cooperation provided by the epidemic are missed.
Zhou Xiaoming Former Deputy Permanent Representative of China’s Mission to the UN Office in Geneva
Apr 03 , 2020
Name-calling doesn't help at a time the world needs China and the U.S. to work together against the pandemic. The Trump administration should step back from its belligerence and hostility.