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.

8 Oct 2020 - 9:19AM

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
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.

19 Sep 2020 - 7:23AM

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
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?

9 Jul 2020 - 12:27PM

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
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

29 Nov 2018 - 2:53PM

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
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

11 Nov 2018 - 1:55PM

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