Zhang Baohui

Zhang Baohui is professor of political science and director of the Centre for Asian Pacific Studies at Lingnan University in Hong Kong. He is the author of China’s Assertive Nuclear Posture: State Security in an Anarchic International Order.
Zhang Baohui
Zhang Baohui is professor of political science and director of the Centre for Asian Pacific Studies at Lingnan University in Hong Kong. He is the author of China’s Assertive Nuclear Posture: State Security in an Anarchic International Order.

Latest from Zhang Baohui

Opinion | A US demand for China to give up its economic model would doom trade talks

By insisting that China stop subsidies to state-owned enterprises, among other demands, the US is likely to derail trade negotiations the entire world needs to see succeed. Washington should adopt a longer-term and more flexible approach.

20 Feb 2019 - 6:31AM
A US demand for China to give up its economic model would doom trade talks

By insisting that China stop subsidies to state-owned enterprises, among other demands, the US is likely to derail trade negotiations the entire world needs to see succeed. Washington should adopt a longer-term and more flexible approach.

Opinion | How Trump and Xi saved the world from economic pain and turned the trade war into a win-win situation

The US has dropped a key contentious issue, the ambitious ‘Made in China 2025’ plan, from the bilateral trade agenda, which is a win for Beijing. But China is also making concessions in two major areas to the US.

5 Dec 2018 - 6:11AM
How Trump and Xi saved the world from economic pain and turned the trade war into a win-win situation

The US has dropped a key contentious issue, the ambitious ‘Made in China 2025’ plan, from the bilateral trade agenda, which is a win for Beijing. But China is also making concessions in two major areas to the US.

Opinion | China must be part of Korean peace negotiations to prevent further mistrust

As Korea peace talks expand to include the United States, the parties involved should consider adding China as well, to avoid a repeat of deteriorating relations between Russia and the West.

10 May 2018 - 7:44PM
China must be part of Korean peace negotiations to prevent further mistrust

As Korea peace talks expand to include the United States, the parties involved should consider adding China as well, to avoid a repeat of deteriorating relations between Russia and the West.

How Trump’s America helped China and South Korea become friends again
How Chinese diplomacy can shape US policy on North Korea

Beijing must show Washington that only dialogue with North Korea, coupled with sanctions, will be effective in averting catastrophe

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM
How Chinese diplomacy can shape US policy on North Korea

Beijing must show Washington that only dialogue with North Korea, coupled with sanctions, will be effective in averting catastrophe

Why China should mourn, not cheer, the exit of Steve Bannon and Trump’s ‘America first’ policy
How Trump’s ‘America First’ approach can ease the great power rivalry with China
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