Cheng Yawen, Professor, School of International Relations and Public Affairs, Shanghai International Studies University
Jul 21, 2023
The United States needs to recognize that global hegemony is not sustainable. It should stop clinging to the postwar structure, with itself in the dominant position, and should learn to play a more ecumenical role in a multipolar world.
Leonardo Dinic, Advisor to the CroAsia Institute
Dec 22, 2022
As the U.S. seeks to advance its position and strengthen the U.S. dollar global dominance, it is also facing challenges and an anti-hegemonic sentiment from other states. Events such as the war in Ukraine, tensions between the U.S., Russia, and China, as well as new strategic partnerships developed between China and Europe, Latin America, and Africa, are driving forces in the shift of balance of power to non-Western nations.
Ethan Paul, American scholar at Yenching Academy of Peking University
Nov 30, 2018
The US would be better off investing at home.
Yin Chengde, Research Fellow, China Foundation for International Studies
Oct 09, 2018
The US’ efforts to establish hegemony in the Middle East has undermined nuclear nonproliferation, instigated and prolonged conflict, and scuppered the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.
Chen Jimin, Guest Researcher, Center for Peace and Development Studies, China Association for International Friendly Contact
May 20, 2014
How can United States’ allies have confidence in its security commitments, while it is in decline? One way is to constantly stress that it has the ability and willingness to fulfill its obligations, writes Chen Jimin.
Feb 15, 2011
Many Americans think that the United States is in decline. A recent Pew poll showed that pluralities in 13 of 25 countries believe that China will replace the
Pan Zhongqi, Professor, Fudan University
Feb 14, 2011
It is far more important for China, as a rising power, to learn how to live with the established hegemony than for the United State, as a status quo superpower,