- Managing great power relations
- In their eight-hour informal talks, presidents Xi and Obama reached an understanding of the right way to manage great power relations.
- Legitimate irony
- Those seeking the overthrow of the Assad government must answer the same questions of legitimacy which they direct at the Syrian regime.
- Action stations
- It is time for China and the U.S. to establish concrete ties and agreements beyond mere conceptual rhetoric
- Catalyzing a world dream
- The transnational financial markets, the fluctuations of oil, gas or food prices and the constraints of a multi-polar geopolitical order exert an impact on their economies, but do not command their policies.
- Japan - trying to rewrite history?
- If Japan refuses to reconsider its position and continues to distort the historical facts, such damage can only get worse - and Japan will find itself in an isolated position in the international community.
- Strategies for success
- Comparing Western and Chinese strategic approaches offers an insight into how China's development strategy is succeeding.
- Avoiding the 'Thucydides trap'
- The eyes of the world are on Sunnylands, California, where Presidents Obama and Xi are having their historic meeting that could affect the future of mankind.