Yu Wanli, an Associate Professor of International Strategy Studies at Beijing University, wrote an article on possible changes in the U.S. policy toward China. As the Chinese government funds China’s universities, Yu’s view reflects the Chinese government position. In his article, Yu discussed how the U.S. is likely to stress universal values to both the Chinese people and the global community in order to intimidate China.
Yu said that the U.S. will not stop its efforts to intimidate China on China’s core interests, including arms sales to Taiwan, the Dalai Lama, and Xinjiang.“ (It will) continue using the issues of democracy, human rights, and freedom of speech to deepen its influence over the Chinese people.” Furthermore, globally, “it is more and more clear that the U.S. is intimidating China through its allies, the multi-party system, and the system of universal values.”
Source: China Review News, January 10, 2011