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Jin Kai

Jin Kai

Jin Kai is an Associate Professor at the Institute of International Studies, Guangdong Academy of Social Science, China.

Jin Kai is an Associate Professor at the Institute of International Studies, Guangdong Academy of Social Science, China.

Jin Kai received his Ph.D. in International Relations from the Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS), Yonsei University, South Korea. He is a Non-Resident Scholar at Sigur Center for Asian Studies, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University, Washington DC, and Research Fellow at Yonsei Institute for Sinology, Yonsei University, South Korea. He was an international communications and public relations officer for the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Center of Education for International Understanding.

Posts by Jin Kai
February 11, 2020

China’s ‘Whole-of-Government’ Pushback on the Coronavirus

By Jin Kai
Outlining the steps taken so far by Beijing to combat the epidemic.

December 13, 2019

The Americans Are Coming? Washington’s China Pushback and Its Uncertainties

By Jin Kai
The U.S. has been moving toward a “whole-of-government” approach to counter China for years, but the ultimate impact remains uncertain.
October 28, 2019

Don’t Let a New Rift Between China and the West Be Torn Over Hong Kong

By Jin Kai
As turmoil continues in Hong Kong, U.S. intervention stands to make things worse.

September 09, 2019

U.S.-China Trade War and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

By Jin Kai
A new era is dawning, presaged by dark clouds between the world’s two leading economies.

June 04, 2019

Is America Seeking to End the Current International System?

By Jin Kai
China is often criticized as revisionist, but the United States under Trump seems more dissatisfied with the international order.

April 02, 2019

5 Reasons Why China Is Not the Soviet Union

By Jin Kai
Construing China as a threat to the United States in the model of the old USSR overlooks important differences.
February 28, 2019

From Pyongyang to Hanoi: Kim Jong Un’s Long March Through China

By Jin Kai
As Trump and Kim meet in Hanoi, don't forget about China's resurgent ties with North Korea and Vietnam.

January 17, 2019

China and the US Are Destined for Peace, Not for War

By Jin Kai
The trade truce provides a chance for both sides to remember that they are not enemies.

December 12, 2018

The Long Arm of the US Law: A New ‘Gray Zone’ Tool Against China?

By Jin Kai
Putting Meng Wanzhou's arrest into the broader context of U.S. actions.

October 17, 2018

Will the West’s Imperialist Past Be China’s Future?

By Jin Kai
It's unfair to evaluate China's past -- and it's future -- through a lens dominated by European thinking.

August 20, 2018

Deconstructing the US Trade War Against China

By Jin Kai
The Trump administration is employing a “gray zone” strategy to prevent China from emerging as a threat to U.S. dominance.
July 25, 2018

What History Can Teach Us About the Current US-China Trade War

By Jin Kai
This is not the first time the U.S. has worried about a rising economic competitor.

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