Opinions and Interviews
Opinions and Interviews
WANG Yuanfeng, Jersey Wang LEE: UK and China should work together in addressing the climate crisis
In a report titled Making Peace with Nature released in February 2021, the United Nations Environment Programme pointed out that climate change, biodiversity loss, and environmental pollution are the three major crises that the Ea...
ZHAO Huasheng: Assessing the Trend of the Indo-Pacific Strategy
After the U.S. has put forward its Asia-Pacific strategy in 2017, many commentators believed that the concept was artificial and lacking in political foundation, concluding therefore that it would not take off. However, contrary t...
Diao Daming: Biden’s 100 days performance was imbalanced, will he only achieve nothing but hype up the China threat?
According to a Washington Post poll, Biden's satisfaction rate at 64% on pandemic control has been the most positive, his satisfaction rate on economic policy stands at 52% with a dissatisfactory rate of 41%. The $1.9 trillion c...
ZHOU BO : Why India’s maritime interests are closer to China than the US
India and the United States have been part of the chorus chanting about the “free and open Indo-Pacific” in recent years, but they are not birds of a feather flocking together. The decision to challenge India’s EEZ suggests that W...
"Seeing the world" with Ambassador Fu Ying: "China's voice" is more important than "explanation"
On February 4, 2021, the Center for International Security and Strategy, Tsinghua University (CISS), and CITIC Press Group jointly held a seminar on "Challenges and Choices under the a period of major change that’s rarely seen in ...
HUANG RENWEI: US-China talk in Anchorage hit the U.S. where it hurts from the perspective of “strength”
What Director Yang Jiechi said really hit the U.S. where it hurts as its hard power and soft power are all in decline, which means that its strength is a hollow shell with not as much strength contained within.They are like the Ho...
HUANG PING: Dual circulation: China’s way of more openness
On March 31, 2021, the Chinese Mission to the European Union and the European think tank Friends of European co-organized a seminar themed “The Dual Circulation - China’s Place on the World Stage”. HUANG Ping, a China Forum Expert...
ZHOU BO: The U.S. offers a slap but help when the India is at the moment of National crisis
A U.S. Navy ship entered the India’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) in less than a month after the Quad summit between the leaders of the United States, India, Japan and Australia. Its Seventh Fleet even hyped a special statement. ...
ZHAO HUASHENG: The "Non-Deep" Causes of the Disintegration of the Soviet Union
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the breakup of the Soviet Union. Collapse of the Soviet Union and the subsequent independency of its former republics could be evaluated differently depending on the perspective, and its cau...
TANG BEI: WHO Report on COVID-19 Shows China's Sincerity in Cooperation
Lately, the WHO released the investigation report researched in Wuhan, concluding that introduction of Covid 19 through a laboratory incident was considered to be an extremely unlikely pathway. The report from WHO demonstrated Ch...
ZHOU BO: What is the difficulty in China-Indian border negotiations?
Since the bloody conflict on the China-Indian border last year, the development of China-Indian relations has attracted great attention from all sides. What is the root cause of the long-drawn-out China-Indian border negotiations?...
ZHOU BO: Why US-led, anti-China Quad is either meaningless or doomed to failure
The largest question hovering over the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, or Quad, grouping of the United States, Japan, Australia and India is what exactly it is.
ZHOU BO: China is an opportunity for NATO, not a challenge
On March 18-19, the China-US high-level strategic dialogue was held in Alaska; On March 22-23, Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov was invited to visit China; Meanwhile, US Secretary of State Blinken visited NATO and the European Unio...
ZHOU BO: 'A meeting remembered in history': Where will China and U.S. go from here?
The Alaska meeting is the first high-level meeting between China and the U.S. under the Biden administration. The unusual public spat between the two sides is a hot issue over the media. How to evaluate the significance of the mee...