Jul 31, 2020

Rising above the Tit-for-Tat Tug of War

To escalate the spiraling rivalry with another major country, which could erode the gains accumulated from decades of trade liberalizations, disrupt global supply chains, and devour lots of jobs, is obviously not a wise option.

Jul 27, 2020

Trump Steps-Up Attacks on China as Presidential Election Defeat Looms

The US closure of the Chinese Consulate General in Houston, Texas, has once again plunged China-US relations into even deeper depths of severity. Yet with a failing economy and a drop in approval ratings after criticism of his handling of coronavirus, China is the last card Trump has to play if he is to avoid defeat come November.

Jul 24, 2020

Moon Day: Time to Look Up

While the U.S. became the first to land a man on the moon, today, more countries are stepping up efforts to further advance our exploration into space.

Jul 20, 2020

US Bias on China’s Maritime Claims in South China Sea

The American statement on the maritime claims regarding the South China Sea not only portends more worrying external interference in the region, but also unwisely misleads other littoral countries in the South China Sea to distrust and even antagonize a neighboring giant country.