Zhao MinghaoAssociate Professor of China Center for Contemporary World Studies.
Expertise : International Relations; Belt and Road
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Research Fellow at the China Center for Contemporary World Studies, the in-house think tank of International Department of the CPC’s Central Committee (IDCPC). He is a full member of China National Committee, Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific (CSCAP). His research focuses on Chinese foreign policy, China-US relations and Indo-Pacific Asia security. His opinion articles have been featured in People's Daily, China Daily, New York Times,etc.
Zhao Minghao：Washington is choking off U.S.-China economic and trade negotiations
On August 9, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) released a report saying that the renminbi (RMB) is not being significantly undervalued or overvalued, and a more flexible exchange rate will provide greater room to solve China's domestic problems. This statement is bound to disappoint the Trump administration. The U.S. Treasury Department, which labeled China as a "currency manipulator," had originally hoped to seek backing from the IMF....2019-08-13
Zhao Minghao：U.S.' ideological offensive is not beneficial to both sides
On Monday, China-U.S. trade talks resumed after a three-month suspension in Shanghai. The choice of Shanghai, China's financial hub, as the meeting venue demonstrates China's hope to handle the economic and trade frictions between the two countries in the spirit of "business is business." ...2019-08-06
Ratcliffe: Potential U.S. spy chief is Trump's next 'yes-man'
You are only as good as the information you're given, but what if that information only consists of what you want to hear? U.S. President Donald Trump continues to abide by this modus operandi with the nomination of Republican Congressman John Ratcliffe as his national intelligence director. On the way out is Dan Coats, who has at times contradicted Trump in his assessment of foreign threats. ...2019-08-06
Detractors drive US bitterness against China
The Trump administration's China approach recently triggered a new round of debates within the US, with both sides of the aisle expressing their views through open letters to US President Donald Trump. Amid growing bilateral tensions, the US narrative on China is being metamorphosed....2019-08-05
After Osaka, What Next?
Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping had an 80-minute meeting at the G20 summit in Osaka on June 29, where they agreed that the US would not levy additional tariffs on $300 billion of Chinese exports – the two parties are set to restart trade negotiations on the basis of equality and mutual respect. Trump said that talks were “back on track” after an “excellent” meeting with Xi, and the US is willing to reach a trade deal with China that is acceptable to both sides. At the subsequent press conference, Trump went on to say that he would allow US high-tech firms to continue selling products to Huawei, and that the US and China may even become “strategic partners.”...2019-07-08
What to Expect from Xi-Trump Meeting in Osaka
US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are expected to meet on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan at the end of June. Negotiators on both sides have begun to restore contacts in preparation for the leaders' meeting. Six weeks have passed since US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He last met. The international community is expecting China-US trade talks to get back on track as soon as possible....2019-07-01
Cautious optimism needed on Xi-Trump meeting in Osaka
Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Donald Trump are set to meet on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan, amid widespread expectations of the rendezvous cooling tensions ignited by a corrosive US-launched trade war. ...2019-07-01
America's 'maximum pressure' approach to China is failing
On June 24, seven weeks after the last round of trade talks, Chinese and U.S. negotiators held a telephone conversation in preparation for the upcoming meeting between the two heads of state in Osaka, Japan. However, because the Trump administration does not seem to want to change its practice of "maximum pressure" on China, it is still difficult for China and the U.S. to reach an economic and trade agreement by the end of this month....2019-06-26
"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,
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang recently attended the seventh Leaders' Meeting of China and Central and Eastern European Countries (CEEC) in Sofia, Bulgaria. Li reiterated that the 16+1 mechanism is an open and transparent platform, adding that China-CEEC cooperation has always followed international rules and EU regulations while Chinese enterprises are required to participate in bidding for European projects in accordance with market regulations and business rules.