American missile destroyer “Higgins” and guided missile cruiser “Antietam” sailed into waters within 12 nautical miles from the Xisha Islands on May 27, and the US declared that it would conduct maneuvers in waters around Zhongjian Island and Yongxing Island.Jun 5, 2018
The sense of urgency to improve cyberspace dynamism and security was reflected in a recent speech by President Xi.May 11, 2018
The US government has been mired in chaos since Donald Trump came into power. It seems that the United States is preparing to launch a “civil war” rather than a trade war.Mar 26, 2018
Sino-US relations and cross-Strait relations have entered a new high-risk period since the Taiwan Travel Act was signed by the US President Donald Trump and came into effect on March 16.Mar 23, 2018
The world’s most important economic relationship is in serious trouble. Long drawn together by the mutual benefits of codependency—an export-led China relying on U.S. demand and a saving-short United States in need of low-cost Chinese imports and surplus foreign capital—the air is now thick with tension.Mar 19, 2018
Zhang Weiwei: The Party’s Leadership Added into the First Article of the Constitution Shows China’s Confidence in its Political System
How should we analyze the recent constitutional amendment and its 21 revisions? Professor Zhang Weiwei, professor of Fudan university responds to these questions as follows.Mar 14, 2018
The National People’s Congress (NPC), China’s top legislature, holds a press conference ahead of its annual session in Beijing.
Zhang Yesui, the spokesperson for the first session of the 13th NPC, briefs the media and answers questions with regards to the agenda and the work of the annual session.
The trade imbalance between China and the United States is becoming a tool for Washington to pursue its “America First” objective. Is the trade imbalance really unfair to the United States? Is it fair to judge the trade relationship simply on the basis of surplus or deficit?Feb 23, 2018