He YafeiFormer Vice Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, People’s Republic of China.
Expertise : Global Governance; Sino-U.S. Relations; Multilateral Diplomacy
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Mr. He Yafei was born in Ningbo, Zhejiang Province in March 1955, graduated from Beijing Foreign Studies University, and later studied at Geneva Institute of International Relations. Mr. He Yafei served as Counselor of the Chinese Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Deputy Director General of the Arms Control Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Minister Counselor and Minister of the Embassy of China in the United States, Director General of the America and Pacific Department, Assistant Minister and Vice Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Representative and Ambassador of the Permanent Mission of China to the United Nations Office at Geneva and other International Organizations in Switzerland, and Vice Minister of the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council. He is now a Senior Fellow at Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China (RDCY), and the Director of Global Governance Research Center，Renmin University of China (RUC).
He Yafei: Will China and US enter a new 'Cold War'?
In the past 40 years, the world has seen the end of the Cold War and the emergence of the United States as the sole superpower, prompting it to assume the global competition between political systems had ended without realizing that these changes have been accompanied or followed by multi-polarization and globalization. ...2018-07-11
Is a Trade War Still Avoidable
If the U.S. only insists on its own way focusing on short-term "America First" goals, it is almost suicidal as its global leadership will be undercut....2018-04-28
Time for US to make right choice toward cooperation with China
The US recently published the National Security Strategy and the National Defense Strategy for 2018, both of which listed China and Russia as "strategic competitors." Moreover, US President Donald Trump mentioned in his State of the Union address "rivals like China and Russia that challenge our interests, our economy and our values..." What do the newly released strategies mean for US policy on China and the rest of the world? How will it lead to fundamental changes in Sino-US relations?...2018-02-26
Rivals or partners: The evolution of Sino-India relations
A positive relationship between China and India, neighbors and important members of G20 and BRICS, is essential to the reform of global governance as well as the course of globalization. ...2018-02-25
Rebalancing geopolitics, geoeconomics
In the discussion on global disorder and the fate of the West, many political and economic experts and pundits are focusing on how to rebalance geopolitics and geoeconomics in 2018. Why is that?...2018-01-23
Financing Belt and Road, opportunities worth over $10t
Chinese banks are looking to tap the opportunities arising from the huge investment and financing demands in the Belt and Road regions, where investors are attracted by the potential of infrastructure and less-developed industries....2017-12-07
Ex-diplomats count blessings from Trump`s China visit
"A new type of major-country relationship should be our goal," He Yafei, former vice-minister of China`s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, told Xinhua at the program held in the China Public Policy Center (CPPC) of the University of Texas, Austin....2017-11-24
Former diplomats say everybody loses if US, China don`t cooperate
Cooperation is the only viable option for China and the United States to consolidate bilateral relationship and help shape the emerging global order amid a slow-recovering world economy and rising geo-political tensions, said former US and Chinese diplomats....2017-11-22
"2016: G20 and China"
This book from the "history" of the G20's past and present, a comprehensive discussion of the G20's origin and role, agenda,