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Opinion / Chen Weihua

Chen Weihua

Chen Weihua is the Chief Washington Correspondent of China Daily and Deputy Editor of China Daily USA. He has a particular focus on US politics and US-China relations.

Clear and present dangers from US' self-appointed role

[2015-10-30 07:46]

The high-profiled dispatch of a US naval ship into the South China Sea on Tuesday is not just bullying, but also ill-advised.

Leaders' summits great way to boost bilateral relations

[2015-10-10 08:44]

The tone after the summit has been overwhelmingly positive after Xi candidly addressed all the US concerns about a rising China.

Obama's careless words only incite misunderstanding

[2015-10-09 08:12]

In fact, the opposition to TPP has been strong among both Democratic and Republican candidates in the 2016 race.

US, Chinese approach to ties sharply differ

[2015-09-25 07:38]

China could also tell the US to stop its military interventions in sovereign nations, which have created a huge mess in the Middle East and North Africa.

Leaders need to have shared vision of China-US relations

[2015-09-18 08:04]

While China does need to make more efforts to show that a rising China is peaceful and beneficial to the world, there are lot of adjustments the US needs to make.

Poll shows need for Sino-US big picture

[2015-09-12 08:46]

A Pew Research Center survey released on Wednesday is a cause for concern, especially as it comes ahead of President Xi Jinping's state visit to the United States.

Some in the West still stuck in Cold War

[2015-09-04 08:50]

China, with its different political system, has long been viewed with deep suspicion by the West - a legacy of the Cold War.

US' candidates have nothing to offer have-nots

[2015-08-28 07:49]

While every presidential candidate has been making their "I will make America great again" vow, few have offered real solutions to address the growing inequality in the world's wealthiest nation.

Blame game a sign of US relative decline

[2015-08-21 08:20]

Despite their annoyance at the US political blame game, many Chinese have also seen it as a reflection of growing importance and success of China and even a "relative decline" of the United States.

Washington's dubious silence on Abe revisionism

[2015-08-14 08:37]

Whatever Abe says on Friday, he is a leader with a distorted view of history and an expanding military, which is a dangerous combination.

Lots of hypocrisy at play over carbon emissions

[2015-08-07 08:02]

China, India and other developing countries still have to lift millions of people out of poverty, including giving many of them access to electricity.

Curb China-US military rivalry to avoid conflict

[2015-07-31 08:15]

More exchanges will help reduce such a possibility, but the two nations' leaders bear the foremost responsibility to help prevent military rivalry or an arms race.

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