Nong Hong

Nong Hong

Nong Hong, PhD, is executive director and senior fellow at the Institute for China-America Studies (US). www.chinaus-icas.org

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Opinion | How cooperation on climate change, polar research can help thaw US-China relations

Shared interests can open a window for US-China cooperation even when the bilateral relationship is in a tense phase. A commitment to multilateralism can also bring US closer to the other Arctic and Antarctic nations.

Shared interests can open a window for US-China cooperation even when the bilateral relationship is in a tense phase. A commitment to multilateralism can also bring US closer to the other Arctic and Antarctic nations.

3 May 2021 - 1:07AM
Opinion | US-China relations: how Joe Biden’s return to multilateralism can revive climate change cooperation

Multilateralism and international cooperation have faded as vehicles for global action in the public interest in recent years. It is time to encourage effective multilateralism as a vital tool in meeting our many global challenges.

Multilateralism and international cooperation have faded as vehicles for global action in the public interest in recent years. It is time to encourage effective multilateralism as a vital tool in meeting our many global challenges.

18 Feb 2021 - 11:16AM
Opinion | Despite US unease over China and Russia in the Arctic, there are ways for everyone to be a winner

As China deepens Arctic activities and ties with Russia, the US has ramped up both its rhetoric and military spending. Given the rich natural resources in the region, finding ways to cooperate is in everyone’s interest.

As China deepens Arctic activities and ties with Russia, the US has ramped up both its rhetoric and military spending. Given the rich natural resources in the region, finding ways to cooperate is in everyone’s interest.

10 Dec 2019 - 10:58PM
Opinion | Arctic ambitions of China, Russia – and now the US – need not spark a cold war

While competition over access to resources is inevitable, security concerns aside, the three share many common interests. Recent US investment in the Arctic to counter Chinese and Russian influence heightens the need for partnership.

While competition over access to resources is inevitable, security concerns aside, the three share many common interests. Recent US investment in the Arctic to counter Chinese and Russian influence heightens the need for partnership.

10 Dec 2019 - 11:19PM
Opinion | What a navy ship stranded on a South China Sea shoal reveals about China-Philippine relations

The quick extraction of the Philippine navy ship from Half Moon Shoal indicates that, even as China-Philippines relations may face troubled political waters, economic considerations could provide an anchor.

The quick extraction of the Philippine navy ship from Half Moon Shoal indicates that, even as China-Philippines relations may face troubled political waters, economic considerations could provide an anchor.

13 Sep 2018 - 11:17AM
How China’s Arctic policy paper has warmed the atmosphere with international observers

A new white paper spelling out China’s intentions for the Arctic relieves some concerns over transparency and conformity to international rule of law.

A new white paper spelling out China’s intentions for the Arctic relieves some concerns over transparency and conformity to international rule of law.

14 Feb 2018 - 7:24PM
Can US pessimism and Chinese optimism find common ground?

As China-US relations enter a new era, assessments of the change in the bilateral relationship are starkly different in the two countries.

As China-US relations enter a new era, assessments of the change in the bilateral relationship are starkly different in the two countries.

30 Jan 2018 - 9:07PM