A short visit cannot put an end to the differences between China and the U.S., but behind the sensationalized headlines on China’s currency, “human rights” issues, and global warming, what we can see is the U.S. media’s long-standing arrogance and patronizing attitude.
Since Obama has been in charge of the White House, the U.S. government has actively initiated a so-called “clever strength” strategy, which emphasizes the utilization of two-fold tactics: soft and hard diplomacy. Remolding the strength of the U.S.'s world leadership, particularly the strategy used towards China, is [Read more]
Statistical figures show that since the Iraq war broke out in 2003, the number of soldiers who have killed themselves at the Fort Hood base has increased substantially.
Chinese youth are very fond of Obama, in part because he is a president who believes that war is bad, reflecting the next generation of Chinese youth’s spirit of peace.
U.S. President Obama will be visiting Japan, Singapore, China and Korea November 12-19, and attending an informal meeting of APEC leaders in Singapore, while leaders from the ten ASEAN countries also hold discussions. Obama will touch upon a variety of bilateral and multilateral issues, though the main goal is to [Read more]
The US may perceive China's rise as a problem, but it needs China's help to tackle the financial crisis, combat terrorism, prevent nuclear proliferation and resolve other international issues.
Going from wanting others to understand us (China) to trying to understand others isn’t just an outward change; it’s a condition and foundation for mutual communication, understanding, respect, and cooperation between the U.S. and China.
Wenzhao Tao, researcher at the Chinese Academy of Sciences and chairman of the Association of the History of Sino-U.S. Relations, was a guest of Qiangguo Forum today. He believes that Obama has made a perfect transition for Sino-U.S. relations. Since the beginning of this year, Sino-U.S. relations have steadily [Read more]
If the U.S. cannot balance China’s political and cultural influence, or alter China’s position on contentious issues, then that could mean the U.S.’s influence is on the decline.