Robert Lawrence Kuhn
Dr. Robert Lawrence Kuhn is chairman of The Kuhn Foundation and recipient of the China Reform Friendship Medal (2018).
  • What we can learn from Ping-Pong Diplomacy

    I am afraid that US-China relations today are even worse than they were in 1971. Then, the confrontation was passive, with neither side much involved with the other. Today, the confrontation is active, given the multiple points of contact, friction, flash and potential conflict – from technology to borders to geopolitics to claimed interference in domestic affairs.

    By Robert Lawrence Kuhn | 2021/4/7 18:41:18
  • China's victory offers clues to global campaign against poverty

    China has lifted all rural poor people out of extreme poverty under the current standard, with 832 counties, 128,000 villages, and nearly 100 million impoverished people shaking off poverty. How did China make it? What does the role of the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) play during the arduous process? Four foreign experts shared their views with the Global Times on China's successful poverty alleviation.

    By Global Times | 2021/2/25 21:23:40
  • US faces both better and worse odds

    The theme for Biden's inauguration was "America United." But the result from signing this order will be a further political and social division in the US, which will go against the "America United" slogan.

    By Robert Lawrence Kuhn & Shen Yi | 2021/1/21 19:23:39
  • A window of opportunity is open for resetting China-US relations: Kuhn

    China and the US, working together, should become bulwarks of peace and engines of prosperity, which would benefit all humanity.

    By Global Times | 2020/12/22 15:48:39