He Weiwen Senior Fellow, Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies
Sep 18 , 2019
High pressure from the United States hurts, but it won’t work in the long run. China doesn’t want the dispute to continue because there’s no good reason to damage two major economies and the world.
Fu Ying Chairperson of the Center for International Security and Strategy, Tsinghua University
Sep 11 , 2019
The future of China-U.S. relations turns on their ability to coexist within the same international system. Failure to do so could lead to confrontation and possible dismemberment of the international regime.
Shi Zhiqin Professor of International Politics, Tsinghua University
Vasilis Trigkas Onassis Visiting Scholar, Tsinghua University
Sep 10 , 2019
It is in Greece’s national interest to pursue continuity in its relations with China and even act as a strategic interpreter between Washington and Beijing, but this will demand creative strategic acuity as the United States will soon rank the world into friends and enemies.
Zhang Monan Senior Fellow, China International Economic Exchanges Center
Sep 09 , 2019
A decoupling of China and the United States in the high-tech sector will reshape the international order, as competition becomes routine and more intense. Everyone in the global market will feel the impact.
Tom Harper Doctoral researcher, University of Surrey
Sep 06 , 2019
The Amazon is burning, but the U.S. and China may be able to leverage their relationship with Brazil to coerce it into action - should they feel that it is in their best interest to do so.
Andy Mok Senior Research Fellow, Center for China and Globalization
Sep 03 , 2019
The latest round of tariffs against China may be the blow that eventually knocks down an already wobbly American economy.
Tao Wenzhao Researcher, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Sep 02 , 2019
The current trade war will do little to curb China’s economic development. It masks deeper unease in the US about threats to American hegemony of an increasingly multi-polar world. Yet both countries stand to gain from continued cooperation. The escalating trade war, driven by an outdated mindset of American exceptionalism, will do more harm than good.
Stephen Roach Faculty Member, Yale University
Aug 29 , 2019
This will be the tenth year that I have taught a course at Yale called “The Next China.” The course focuses on modern China’s daunting economic transitions. It frames the moving target that eludes US President Donald Trump’s administration, which is taking dead aim at the Old China (a convenient target for a leader who wants to resurrect Old America). The incoherence of Trump’s trade and economic policies, with all their potentially grave consequences for the global economy, is a destabilizing byproduct of this disconnect.
An Gang Research Fellow, Center for International Strategy and Security, Tsinghua University
Aug 23 , 2019
Trade talks between China and the United State have morphed beyond trade disputes, the solutions require the political will from the highest level. While working for a positive outcome, both parties should be prepared for a “no deal” scenario. The window of opportunities is closing.
Leonardo Dinic NYU Alumnus with a Master’s Degree in International Relations
Aug 14 , 2019
Over the next decade, new perspectives on sovereignty, human rights, and intellectual property will revise current legal norms. We are not in a ‘Cold War,’ but Beijing is courting US allies away from liberal democracy with investment, as globalization and its growing pains prove unpopular and spread populist politics across the globe.