Editing System

Editorial Board

Dong ManyuanFu Jun
Guo XiangangHu Dekun
Jia QingguoLin Limin
Liu HongwuLiu Jiangyong
Men HonghuaQin Yaqing
Rong YingRuan Zongze
Su GeWu Shicun
Wu XinboWu Zhicheng
Xing GuangchengXu Jian
Yan XuetongYang Guangbin
Yang JiemianYu Jiang
Yuan JianZhu Feng
Shaun Breslin   (UK) 
Alexander Lukin   (Russia)
Michael Swaine   (US)  



  • China-US Strategic Competition under the Biden Administration/ Wu Xinbo
    The adjustment of US policy toward China under the Biden administration  will not only pose new challenges to the bilateral relations, but also bring about  opportunities for cooperation. It is hardly possible for the two countries to reverse  the trend of competition, but the next four years will constitute a crucial stage in  the process of establishing a new framework for the bilateral relations.
  • China’s Choices in a Changing International Order/ Da Wei
    The current volatility concerning the character of the international order requires  a prolonged period of observation before any accurate conclusions about its  dynamics and context can be drawn. Major changes are bound to take place in the  international order, but it will be a challenge for China to identify the direction  of these changes, take advantage of the trend, and promote the evolution of the  international order toward a more just and reasonable direction.
  • China’s View of International Order in the New Era: Concepts, Policy Orientation and Practical Approaches/ Shi Bin
    The Chinese view of international order in the new era reflects China’s cultural  characteristics and historical experience, and is an organic combination of its local  concern and global vision, and of its traditional and modern values. It offers new  options to countries and peoples around the world who wish to seek development  while maintaining their independence, and thus contributes Chinese experience  and wisdom to national and global governance.
  • The Prospects of Russia-US Relations and its Implications/ Liu Fenghua
    With structural contradictions between the two countries unresolved and new  problems constantly emerging, the already strained US-Russia relations are  expected to remain confrontational during Biden’s term in office. With Biden in  power, opportunities are rare and challenges manifold when it comes to improving  US-Russia ties, while the Russian government will respond with a dual approach of  countermeasures and cooperation.
  • Reshaping the US-European Relations: From Alliance to a More Balanced Partnership/ Jin Ling
    Biden’s transatlantic policy will undoubtedly ease many of the tensions between  the US and Europe during the Trump era, but it is difficult to totally reverse the  trend of their estrangement. With the decline of US hegemonic influence and the  strengthening of European strategic autonomy, the mainstays that have sustained  their traditional alliance are undergoing structural adjustment, and this has become  a decisive factor driving the transition to a more balanced partnership.
  • China-Africa Health Silk Road: Practices, Challenges and Solutions / Zeng Aiping
    The once-in-a-century health crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic has once again  demonstrated the pressing need for global health governance cooperation and the  particular significance of building a Health Silk Road. Guided by the concept of  health for all, China and Africa should face squarely to challenges and work together  in the process of problem-solving to build a healthy China and a healthy Africa.
  • Green Belt and Road Initiative: Progress, Challenges and Pathways / Yu Hongyuan & Wang Wanfa
    Green development is not only significant for high-quality Belt and Road  construction, but also for the new development paradigm of domestic and  international circulations reinforcing each other. As global green governance steps  up, the green BRI may correct the current global governance deficit and boost a  green recovery in the post COVID-19 era, making up for the lack of sufficient green  public goods while facilitating the establishment of a global ecological civilization.
  • China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and its Opportunity for Afghanistan/ Syed Hussain Shaheed Soherwordi & Sadia Sulaiman
    The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor under the Belt and Road Initiative is a  mega project that will bring opportunities for Afghanistan and the entire region. As  a regional initiative that finds a solution acceptable to all stakeholders of the Afghan  peace process, the CPEC will contribute to Afghanistan’s economic development  and help bring long-awaited peace and prosperity to the war-torn state.