Home>>Columnists >> John Milligan-Whyte and Dai Min's column

New direction needed for China-US dialogues [ 16:44 May 12 2011]

Comments (4)

The most profound problem in U.S.-China relations is that when China completes the modernization of its economy, the size of the United States and Chinese economies will reflect the size of their populations. China's economy is in the process of becoming five times larger than the US economy. Plans need to be made for this eventuality in the current China-U.S. Strategic and Economic Dialogue.

Read more

Americans' political & economic civil war [ 15:34 April 27 2011]

Comments (1)

The US defaulting on its financial obligations is a clear and present danger that is increasing daily because Americans are in the early stages of a political and economic civil war about who wins and loses in America in the 21st century.

Read more

President Obama, Trump or Huntsman next year? [ 15:56 March 17 2011]

Comments (2)

What would a Donald Trump or Jon Huntsman Jr. U.S. presidential administration mean for the China-US economic relationship? Trump, the legendary television star, real estate and casino titan, and Huntsman, the U.S. ambassador to China, are preparing to run. Both could be formidable challengers and understand how Obama became president using the Internet.

Read more

John 
Milligan-
Whyte
and
Dai MinJohn
Milligan-
Whyte
and
Dai Min

John Milligan-Whyte and Dai Min are the executive producers and co-hosts of the Collaboration of Civilizations television series adapted by the eight books they wrote in the America-China Partnership Book Series published in English and Mandarin in 2009-2010. They founded the America-China Partnership Foundation and Forum in 2008 and the Center for America-China Partnership in 2005. E-mail: info@CenterACP.com