The latest development in rapidly deteriorating ties between US and China is the tit-for-tat consular closures, marking yet another round of rising tensions between the world’s top two economies. A …Read More
Unfazed by an escalating trade war and souring relations with the US China is determined to thwart “trade bullyism practices” and has pumped in $109 billion to revive economic growth. …Read More
It was an ice-breaking call China’s President Xi Jinping had been waiting for since the maverick billionaire Donald Trump took charge as the 45th president of the US amid mounting …Read More
In a time of social media frenzy and popular zeal for immediate news, many comments about President-elect Donald Trump seem to focus on his team-building and policy formulation. Important as they are, the Chinese should not dance to Mr Trump’s tune but look for proactive shaping, creative initiatives and possible alternatives. Therefore, I would like to give the following five pieces of advice to President-elect Trump for maintaining peace and prosperity of the world in general and stable, win-win China-US relations in particular.
First of all, President-elect Trump should move along with instead of against the trends of our times. The re-configuration of powers between the United States and the other major players is one of most significant developments today. Second, President-elect Trump should truly understand his mandate and know his limits.
Third, President-elect Trump should learn to deal with intricate and complex global affairs. Fourth, President-elect Trump should have integrated thoughts on its strategy and policy towards China. Last but not least, President-elect Trump should differentiate geo-strategic commitments and economic engagements.
China believes that cooperation is the only correct choice for the China-US relations. With its usual thinking and practice, China exercises self-restraint and gives more time to President Trump to learn the importance of the China-US relations and practice accordingly. However, the internal and external developments will not wait too long. Therefore, President-elect Trump must truly realise the urgency of managing US-China relations in a constructive manner.
China has condemned a report by the Pentagon, which said that it has increased its defence capabilities and added more troops along the border with India. “The report ‘hyped’ China’s …Read More
Amid the US-South Korea talks on possible deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system following North Korea’s renewed nuclear and rocket tests earlier this year, China and …Read More
Expressing apprehension over China’s behaviour in the disputed South China Sea, a top American Senator said Beijing has repositioned itself as a geopolitical rival of the US. “We’ve reached a …Read More
China’s President Xi Jinping and US President Barack Obama will meet on the sidelines of the Nuclear Security Summit where world leaders will gather at the summit to be held …Read More
China has labelled the US and South Korea military exercise as an act of ‘sabre-rattling’, saying the situation was a bit explosive and could spell disaster. China reacted sharply a …Read More
Putting the onus on China, the US is pressing China’s President Xi Jinping to expand his non-militarisation pledge to cover the entire South China Sea in the backdrop of increased …Read More