Wang Jisi

Wang Jisi

Wang Jisi is a Boya University Chair Professor and president of the Institute of International and Strategic Studies, Peking University in Beijing, and a distinguished fellow of the Asia Society Policy Institute.

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Opinion | How identity politics is aggravating China-US tensions

Identity politics reinforces divisions and mistrust in societies and among nations. As such, it underpins nationalism in China and the US, disrupting cooperation and understanding. It is time for Chinese and Americans to think about who they are, and who they are against.

15 Sep 2020 - 1:00PM

Identity politics reinforces divisions and mistrust in societies and among nations. As such, it underpins nationalism in China and the US, disrupting cooperation and understanding. It is time for Chinese and Americans to think about who they are, and who they are against.

How identity politics is aggravating China-US tensions
Opinion | How to prevent US-China rivalry from turning Southeast Asia into a conflict zone

Both powers need to publicly agree on anti-hegemony, settle on ‘rules of the road’, particularly in the South China Sea, and start discussing arms control. Beijing and Washington must not sleepwalk into war, or force Southeast Asia to choose sides.

17 Feb 2020 - 2:07PM

Both powers need to publicly agree on anti-hegemony, settle on ‘rules of the road’, particularly in the South China Sea, and start discussing arms control. Beijing and Washington must not sleepwalk into war, or force Southeast Asia to choose sides.

How to prevent US-China rivalry from turning Southeast Asia into a conflict zone
What China and the US must do in 2017 to improve relations