Wang YiweiProfessor of School of International Studies, Renmin University of China.
Expertise : International Relations; Belt and Road
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Professor of School of International Studies, Doctoral Tutor, Director of Institute of International Affairs, Dean of EU Research Center at Renmin University of China. Professor of U.S. Research Center, Fudan University. Diplomatist of Chinese Mission to the EU and Distinguished Professor of Tongji University. Director of CEAN, Senior Research Fellow of The Charhar Institute. He has six monographs including Sea Mourns-Revelation of European Civilization(Chinese and English Version) and three publications, such as China-Europe Relationship in Global Perspective.
Ask China: Is China's rise a threat to the world?
Do you think China is a threat to the world? Western scholars and media have said "yes" to the question, as they track China's rise as a global power in world economy and international affairs. In 2018, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said China "has chosen economic aggression" and has in turn "emboldened its growing military.” Netizens also expressed their concern online, as they see China as a threat in two main areas: its economic influence and its expanding military power....2019-10-11
Chinese parade injects confidence to safeguard world peace
Criticism of China involving saber rattling by some in the West does not hold water. That China has shown its most advanced weapons in the parade, instead of battlefields, as well as the fact that China has never resorted to force to seek expansion in thousands of years of history, should give them some food for thought.Different from some Westerners who worship military forces, the Chinese believe in subduing the enemy without fighting, namely military deterrents, resulting in defensive military policies designed to promote peace. ...2019-10-09
White paper highlights nation's contributions to global progress
A major white paper reaffirming China's development and its role in building an international community with a shared future for mankind helps the world better understand the country and its significant contributions to world progress, according to experts and observers. The document, "China and the World in the New Era", was issued by the State Council Information Office in the run-up to celebrations on Tuesday marking the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China. ...2019-09-30
Wang Yiwei: Why West has begun to learn from China
"Seek knowledge even if you have to go as far as China" is a popular adage in the Muslim world. It has its origin in the hadith - traditions related to Prophet Muhammad, the founder of Islam. Now the West has begun to take the same road. Why should the West seek knowledge from China? The answer lies in the clear comparison between the two: The West is in relative decline compared to its previous glory, while China enjoys stability and development. With comprehensive reforms, China has proposed the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and the concept of community of shared future for mankind. ...2019-09-25
China, US show goodwill ahead of new talks
Recent engagement between China and the US on trade practices is creating favorable conditions to bring them back to the negotiating table, which also shows that they are trying to meet each other halfway and are making efforts to resolve issues of mutual concern, experts said on Friday. The face-to-face talks between deputy trade negotiators in Washington, which resumed after nearly two months, have created a foundation for the next round of talks in October, they noted. ...2019-09-23
Wang Yiwei: US act adding fuel to the Hong Kong fire
The US Congress has made the passing of the "Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019" introduced by Congress members in June a top priority, while over the weekend some demonstrators in Hong Kong urged the US Congress to approve the law. Three experts share their views on the issue with China Daily's Liu Jianna. One of expert is senior dean of RDCY....2019-09-11
HSBC should not play more underhand tricks against China after Huawei case
HSBC, which was entangled in helping US arrest Huawei's Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou, is attaching importance to the growth of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area that offers ample financial services opportunities, but experts warned that if the UK-based bank hopes to further expand in the Chinese market, it should not play more underhanded tricks against China....2019-09-04
Beijing and Manila can be closer friends
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte begins his five-day visit to China on Wednesday, the fifth since he took office in June 2016. During his visit, the two sides are also expected to discuss many issues. Two experts, Song Wei and Wang Yiwei, share their views on Duterte's visit and Sino-Philippine ties. ...2019-08-28
"2016: G20 and China"
This book from the "history" of the G20's past and present, a comprehensive discussion of the G20's origin and role, agenda,
The US Congress has made the passing of the "Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019" introduced by Congress members in June a top priority, while over the weekend some demonstrators in Hong Kong urged the US Congress to approve the law. Three experts share their views on the issue with China Daily's Liu Jianna. One of expert is senior dean of RDCY.