Joey Wang

Joey Wang

Joey Wang is a defence analyst in the United States.

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Opinion | South China Sea: ‘alliance of democracies’ ready to counter Beijing aggression

China’s assertiveness towards its neighbours is not only destabilising to the region but also becoming a global security concern.

China’s assertiveness towards its neighbours is not only destabilising to the region but also becoming a global security concern.

South China Sea: ‘alliance of democracies’ ready to counter Beijing aggression
8 Aug 2020 - 3:22AM
Opinion | The three mistakes the Chinese government has made in its mishandling of the coronavirus crisis

Even though the Sars disaster demonstrated the need for greater openness, China has made the same mistakes in the current crisis while expecting a different outcome. Wuhan’s decision to suppress the bad news was particularly dire.

Even though the Sars disaster demonstrated the need for greater openness, China has made the same mistakes in the current crisis while expecting a different outcome. Wuhan’s decision to suppress the bad news was particularly dire.

The three mistakes the Chinese government has made in its mishandling of the coronavirus crisis
19 Feb 2020 - 9:03AM
Opinion | Why India and China need to stay friends: it’s all about the economy

New Delhi wants to cut its trade deficit with China, gain access to its markets and lure manufacturers to set up in India. Beijing, meanwhile, wants India to join the RCEP free-trade agreement and use Huawei’s 5G technology, while being mindful of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor tensions.

New Delhi wants to cut its trade deficit with China, gain access to its markets and lure manufacturers to set up in India. Beijing, meanwhile, wants India to join the RCEP free-trade agreement and use Huawei’s 5G technology, while being mindful of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor tensions.

Why India and China need to stay friends: it’s all about the economy
31 Oct 2019 - 11:01AM
Opinion | From Taiwan to the belt and road, China’s ‘grand plan’ is to push the US out of Asia

The US should not take China’s talk of a ‘peaceful rise’ at face value, but must work with allies to move China towards international norms, rather than contain it.

The US should not take China’s talk of a ‘peaceful rise’ at face value, but must work with allies to move China towards international norms, rather than contain it.

From Taiwan to the belt and road, China’s ‘grand plan’ is to push the US out of Asia
16 Apr 2019 - 11:49PM
China will improve its IPR protection – but not as a result of US pressure

Whatever measures the Trump White House deploys against China to enforce respect for intellectual property rights, it should not lose sight of the historical perspective of how nations develop. 

Whatever measures the Trump White House deploys against China to enforce respect for intellectual property rights, it should not lose sight of the historical perspective of how nations develop. 

China will improve its IPR protection – but not as a result of US pressure
16 May 2018 - 8:31PM
Belt and road, or a Chinese dream for the return of tributary states? Sri Lanka offers a cautionary tale
9 Jan 2018 - 7:02PM
Why the US will gain nothing from seeking to contain China

Patrick Mendis and Joey Wang say both sides should seek to return to the principles that brought mutual economic benefit. For Beijing, this means showing it truly seeks a peaceful rise, while Washington must ditch its cold-war mentality.

Patrick Mendis and Joey Wang say both sides should seek to return to the principles that brought mutual economic benefit. For Beijing, this means showing it truly seeks a peaceful rise, while Washington must ditch its cold-war mentality.

Why the US will gain nothing from seeking to contain China
27 Apr 2016 - 4:01PM