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Dr. Fan Jishe is a research fellow of Institute of American Studies at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. His current research fields are American Arms Contol, Nonproliferation and Disarmament Policy, Sino-US Security Relations.
2013 April 21
Consequence management: Obama's new North Korea policy?
The Obama administration has taken a new pragmatic approach to dealing with the North Korean nuclear issue. Will it likely produce results?
2012 March 29
Why global nuclear security is a major issue
The time has come for the world's major powers to play a leading role in coordinating global efforts to combat the threat of nuclear terrorism.
2012 March 24
NK nukes: prudence required
The U.S. and North Korea should be prudent and self-restraining in resolving the North Korea nuclear issue.
2012 February 23
Sino-US relations call for long-term vision
Rather than getting entangled in immediate interests, China and the U.S. should stay focused on the future in order to enhance bilateral ties.
2011 September 20
Russia, U.S. must overcome history to 'reset' security ties
The future of U.S.-Russia security ties will be shaped by the ability, or inability, of both sides.
2011 April 12
Japan nuclear crisis and future of nuclear energy
The Fukushima nuclear crisis has issued a warning to countries that want to develop nuclear power.
2011 April 2
Enhancing military transparency
The new white paper on China's national defense contains detailed information to refute misunderstandings, distortions and worries about the country's national defense strategy.
2011 March 20
The North Korea nuclear issue: A fresh start?
A hands-off approach has failed to solve the North Korean nuclear problem. It is time for the parties concerned to make a fresh start.
2010 April 13
Containing nuclear terror tops summit agenda
Barack Obama wants to use the summit to highlight the danger of nuclear terror and persuade the world to work together to lock down nuclear materials.
2010 April 12
New START a first step to a nuclear-free world
The new START Treaty is a positive move in the direction of President Obama's goal of a world free of nuclear weapons. But it is only the first step on a long journey.
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