Wen YangPresident of the United Chinese Press in New Zealand.
Expertise : International Relations; Belt and Road
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President of the United Chinese Press in New Zealand, researcher at China institute of Fudan University, researcher at Shanghai Chunqiu Institute for Strategic Studies. He has published a number of news reviews and is the co-author of Chinese Force. He received Master’s Degree in Naval Shipborne Weapons System Engineering. Research Director at Naval Institution for Military Academic Studies before retirement.
Trade war, technological war, where will tensions end?
The US-China technology war hype started after the ZTE case came to surface. There has been no doubt that US intention of starting trade war is beyond trade frictions. It means China has to prepare for more US hostilities....2018-12-25
Wen Yang: How does Trump choose his enemies?
US President Donald Trump kept tossing bombs all through his Europe trip. He called the European Union a “foe” of the US soon after the NATO Summit and implied he would trust Russian President Vladimir Putin rather than his own intelligence services after the meeting with his Russian counterpart. ...2018-07-20
Wen Yang: Death by misreading of China
The Sino-US trade war has started and things are escalating fast. Many commentators believe that the war is developing in accordance with the script of "Death by China" by one of US President Donald Trump's top advisors Peter Navarro....2018-07-16
Wen Yang: How should the world react to Trump’s obstinacy?
The Sino-US trade war officially started on July 6 as the Trump administration’s decision to impose a 25 percent tariff on goods from China worth 34 billion dollars came into force, followed by the Chinese government’s announcement that it would “counter against the United States through comprehensive measures of quantity and quality.” ...2018-07-09
"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,