Kai He

Kai He

Kai He is a professor of International Relations at the Griffith Asia Institute & Centre for Governance and Public Policy, Griffith University in Australia.

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Opinion | Thought Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis was a pre-election shocker? Wait until he plays the Taiwan card

If Trump’s re-election prospects continue to deteriorate, there’s a very real risk he might be pushed towards the seemingly unthinkable – recognising Taiwan diplomatically.

If Trump’s re-election prospects continue to deteriorate, there’s a very real risk he might be pushed towards the seemingly unthinkable – recognising Taiwan diplomatically.

Thought Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis was a pre-election shocker? Wait until he plays the Taiwan card
8 Oct 2020 - 9:19AM
Asian Angle | As US-China ties worsen, India and China must revisit the ‘Bandung spirit’ to avert a new cold war

Beijing and New Delhi took part in the 1955 Bandung Conference. Now they must reignite that spirit and look towards peaceful coexistence among nations.

Beijing and New Delhi took part in the 1955 Bandung Conference. Now they must reignite that spirit and look towards peaceful coexistence among nations.

As US-China ties worsen, India and China must revisit the ‘Bandung spirit’ to avert a new cold war
12 Nov 2020 - 6:51PM
Asian Angle | China, if you think everyone’s against you, it’s time to reflect

Beijing’s foreign policy has to take into account challenges from both nuclear-armed neighbours and strategic competitors. But is ‘wolf warrior’ diplomacy really the best response?

Beijing’s foreign policy has to take into account challenges from both nuclear-armed neighbours and strategic competitors. But is ‘wolf warrior’ diplomacy really the best response?

China, if you think everyone’s against you, it’s time to reflect
9 Jul 2020 - 12:27PM
Opinion | With G20 Trump-Xi talks in balance, 3 benefits for China and 1 big risk

A Chinese crisis involves danger and opportunity. Among the benefits of the US-China trade war are chances for Beijing to rethink its economic goals and boost its leadership credentials. And the risk? Proxy wars and conflict

A Chinese crisis involves danger and opportunity. Among the benefits of the US-China trade war are chances for Beijing to rethink its economic goals and boost its leadership credentials. And the risk? Proxy wars and conflict

With G20 Trump-Xi talks in balance, 3 benefits for China and 1 big risk
29 Nov 2018 - 2:53PM
Opinion | China needs its neighbours as US threatens a new cold war

Just like when it suffered diplomatic isolation after the bloody crackdown in 1989, China will need a hand from its Asian neighbours to weather growing tensions with Trump’s America

Just like when it suffered diplomatic isolation after the bloody crackdown in 1989, China will need a hand from its Asian neighbours to weather growing tensions with Trump’s America

China needs its neighbours as US threatens a new cold war
11 Nov 2018 - 1:55PM