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How Trump's China Policy Can Put Americans First

Matt Sheehan | Posted 03.01.2017 | Home
Matt Sheehan

When R. Rex Parris, the Republican mayor of Lancaster, California, wanted to revamp local manufacturing and move his city toward renewable energy, he ...

Globalization Isn't Doomed. It's Evolving, With China As A Leader.

He Yafei | Posted 01.04.2017 | Home
He Yafei

The worldwide debate about globalization has been upended by “the Trump phenomenon,” which has spread like wildfire across Europe and elsewhere. T...

3 Aspects of China-U.S. Relations to Watch at the G-20 Summit

Fu Ying | Posted 09.01.2016 | Home
Fu Ying

BEIJING -- China and the U.S. should free themselves from the "Thucydides trap" complex.

Why China Fears a 'Color Revolution' Incited by the West

Nathan Gardels | Posted 08.25.2016 | Home
Nathan Gardels

Fearing subversion of their system, the Chinese crack down on lawyers and human rights activists. That, in a vicious cycle, reinforces Western perceptions that China's system is inevitably repressive and must be challenged.

America's Fatal Flaw in its Competition With China Is Thinking Militarily, Not Economically

Jennifer M. Harris | Posted 11.13.2016 | Home
Jennifer M. Harris

Washington still reaches too quickly for its gun over its purse to solve problems abroad. With the notable exception of sanctions, the U.S. still debates its largest geostrategic challenges in overwhelmingly politico-military terms. But this is the era of geoeconomic statecraft, and the contest for leadership in Asia is being waged in primarily economic terms.

Asia's Silk Road Revival Shows the Age of the West Is Coming to an End

Peter Frankopan | Posted 04.14.2016 | Home
Peter Frankopan

Looking at the present day through the lens of the recent past provides food for thought, if not grounds for pessimism. Hope for what tomorrow will bring has evaporated in many places in the West. But it's still very much alive and well in the East, where the web of routes once known as the Silk Roads are now rising again.

U.S. Challenges China With Patrols Near South China Sea Islands

The Wall Street Journal | Jade Walker | Posted 10.11.2015 | Home

The U.S. determination to challenge China with patrols near Chinese-built islands in the South China Sea will test Xi Jinping’s recent pledge that B...

China Is Not More Economically Powerful Than the U.S., and It Is Far From Certain If and When It Will Be

Joseph Nye | Posted 06.22.2016 | Home
Joseph Nye

While China has highly developed systems of filters, censorship and punishment of dissenting views, more Chinese have access to more information than in earlier eras. Whether China can develop a formula that can manage an expanding urban middle class, regional inequality and resentment among ethnic minorities remains to be seen.

Be Unreasonable About the New Climate Economy

Dr. Nasser H. Saidi | Posted 02.23.2015 | Green
Dr. Nasser H. Saidi

The MENA region has timidly begun on a path to making its societies climate-ready and its energy policies climate-friendly. Given its resources, it can play a central role in moving to the new climate economy. And yet despite progress, there is still a long way to go.

Kathleen Miles

You'd Be Surprised What Chinese College Students Think Of America These Days

HuffingtonPost.com | Kathleen Miles | Posted 02.02.2015 | Home

While China's economy continues to become more capitalistic, the Chinese definitely do not think America and the West have it all figured out politically or economically, especially not after the 2008 financial crisis. The students The WorldPost spoke with were also sensitive to, and eager to defend their country against, what they perceived as negative American press and sentiment towards China.

Is America Ready for China as an 'Equal Brother?'

Nathan Gardels | Posted 01.21.2015 | Home
Nathan Gardels

The WorldPost has obtained exclusive permission to publish a dialogue between Henry Kissinger and Fu Ying, which took place during a recent visit she made to the United States. Its candor and tone offer valuable insights into the thinking of these two important figures on the foreign policy of their countries. Fu Ying -- who was referred to as the "iron lady" during her time as China's ambassador to the U.K. -- is now the powerful chairperson of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National People's Congress of China. Henry Kissinger is one of America's leading strategists and a former U.S. secretary of state.

China Turns Up Rhetoric Against The West

The New York Times | Posted 11.11.2014 | Home

Even as his government was making red-carpet plans to host President Obama this week, the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, praised a young blogger whose...

Misled Democracy Could Jeopardize Hong Kong's Future

Zhang Weiwei | Posted 12.22.2014 | Home
Zhang Weiwei

The natural evolution of Western democratic societies could be summed up this way: The first step is to develop the economy and the educational system. The second step is the establishment of a general culture for the citizens and the rule of law. The last step is democratization. If the above order is out of place, a society has to pay a severely heavy price.

Answering Four Key Questions About China's Rise

Fu Ying | Posted 12.17.2014 | Home
Fu Ying

China may join in discussions about hotspot issues with the aim of seeking a peaceful solution, but it will not turn into a party involved in the conflict or take steps that make the problem worse.

Can China and America Create a '100 Year Peace' Out of Today's Global Chaos?

Dominique Moisi | Posted 11.29.2014 | Home
Dominique Moisi

Something like the "bipolar hegemony" of Great Britain and Russia after 1815 (though other players like Austria, Prussia, and France mattered) could be reconstituted, with the US and China substituting for Great Britain and Russia. This seems to be Henry Kissinger's ultimate dream - a dream that one can glimpse in his latest book, Germanically entitled World Order: Reflections on the Character of Nations and the Course of History.

The U.S. Wants to Contain Russia But Cooperate With China

Zheng Yu | Posted 11.19.2014 | Home
Zheng Yu

The U.S. government believes that, as the inheritor of tsarist Russia and Soviet Union, Russia has expansionist and hegemonic traditions that China doesn't have. It believes Russia always has policies that challenge and attempt to supplant the existing international order while China doesn't. In many circumstances, China sees itself as a beneficiary of the current international order.

China Military Sends Fighter Jets Into Disputed Air Space

Reuters | Posted 01.28.2014 | Home

(Adds details) By Ben Blanchard and Roberta Rampton BEIJING/WASHINGTON, Nov 29 (Reuters) - China sent several fighter j...

Consequences of Obama's 'Asia Pivot'

Franz-Stefan Gady | Posted 05.18.2013 | Politics
Franz-Stefan Gady

The United States' Asia pivot may yield the unintentional consequences of fostering closer strategic ties between the two Asian giants -- China and India -- which could result in a strategic alliance ostensibly hostile to Western interests in the region.

The Chinese Renaissance and the Making of a New World

David Gosset | Posted 01.28.2013 | Home
David Gosset

While 21st century China is still facing considerable internal and external challenges, it could be argued that for the very first time in the world history a process of globalization and a great economic convergence are creating the conditions for a more cohesive global village.

What The Chinese Are Most Scared Of

Reuters | Posted 12.16.2012 | Business

(Adds comments from Pew's Wike) BEIJING, Oct 16 (Reuters) - Weeks before China unveils its next generation of leaders, a new survey ha...

Chinese Official Arrested In U.S. Spying Scandal

Reuters | Posted 08.01.2012 | Home

HONG KONG, June 1 (Reuters) - A Chinese state security official has been arrested on suspicion of spying for the United States, sources said, a case...

Playing With Fire

Michael T. Klare | Posted 02.05.2012 | Home
Michael T. Klare

By securing naval dominance of the South China Sea and adjacent waters, the Obama administration evidently aims to acquire the 21st century energy equivalent of 20th century nuclear blackmail.

How China Is Beating The U.S.

Dr. Stephen Leeb | Posted 01.18.2012 | Home
Dr. Stephen Leeb

The world is entering an era of resource scarcity. China's leadership recognizes this and is beating us to the punch. They're racing to accumulate critical and diminishing resources vital to every aspect of modern life, from growing and transporting food to making and running the computers

Why China Needs The U.S. (A Chinese Viewpoint)

WorldCrunch | Posted 09.14.2011 | Home

Facing territorial disputes with its neighbors and deep uncertainties on the home front, China's newfound strength also requires stability that only t...

China Rips U.S. For 'Deeply Inappropriate' Military Drills

Posted 09.10.2011 | Home

By Michael Martina BEIJING (Reuters) - China's military sharply criticized the United States on Monday for holding military drills in contested wa...