Niall Ferguson and other well-known American scholars have recently published articles contending that a new cold war has broken out between China and the US. What do Chinese scholars think about this issue? The research group on China-US people-to-people exchanges at the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China recently conducted a telephone questionnaire that surveyed 100 Chinese scholars. Here are the results exclusive in the Global Times: Of all the surveyed Chinese scholars, 62 percent believe that the US is indeed waging a new cold war against China. But more than 90 percent believe that China is capable of coping well with the new cold war offensive by the US.
The Galwan Valley border clash was an unfortunate incident. Liu Zongyi, secretary-general of the South Asia and China Center of the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies, argues that a repeat is inevitable if Delhi cannot shake off the specter of Nehru, originator of the “offensive defense” border policy, and reconsider its relations with Beijing.
In response to the United States irresponsible remarks on China's human rights, CCTV gave an exclusive interview with John Ross, the senior fellow of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China (RDCY) on this issue.
The novel coronavirus once allows us again to see the fragility of human beings. It is not a shame to admit we are still so weak and still struggle for survival in the earth. But it is unthinkable that human beings so easily forget history lessons why we need to work together to defeat our common threat, writes Wang Wen, Executive Dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies (RDCY), Deputy Dean of Silk Road School, Renmin University of China.
An Open Letter to the People of the United States From 100 Chinese Scholars. 100 Chinese scholars share their views with American friends. They represent diverse academic fields including philosophy, political science, economics, medicine, international relations, sociology, law, communication, military science, and technology.
I live in Wangjing, a quite internationalized area in Beijing. Many Fortune 500 companies are headquartered there, and 10 percent of the around 600,000 residents are expats. Every weekend, I take walks in Wangjing's many parks to exercise and watch the changes in the city.
On July 9, China Public Diplomacy Association, Peking University and Renmin University of China co-hosted "Mutual Respect, Mutual Trust and Cooperation —— The Right Way Forward for China-U.S. Relations" China-US Think Tanks Media Forum. State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi attended the meeting and delivered the keynote speech. Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China is one of the main organizers of this forum, and is the first to recommend the speech and Video of Wang Yi, State Councilor and Foreign Minister.