- CWP Alumni & Griffith researcher Kai He receives "Future Fellowship" from Australian Research Council.Australia’s role in an increasingly tense international power struggle in the Asia Pacific has become the target of new research by Griffith University’s Associate Professor Kai He.
- As Trump prepares to take office, he can expect to be tested as well, possibly by issues left unresolved by the previous administration.
- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s historic April visit to Washington capped the most significant two-year period in Japan’s defense reform in decades.
- At the recently concluded sixth plenary session of the 18th Party Congress of the Communist Party of China’s Central Committee, there were two major political developments.
- The East Asia Institute is pleased to announce the selection result of the “Fellows Program on Peace, Governance, and Development in East Asia” for the academic year 2016-2017, made possible by the generous support of the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Schol
- Thomas Christensen on Panel at 6th Annual JRCPPF Conference - Escalating Risks: China's Economy Society and Financial SystemAfter decades of unprecedented growth, China is confronting growing social and economic challenges. How can China deal with these challenges, particularly in its financial system and currency market? What are the implications for global financial stability and growth?”
- China is striving to reclaim its historical role as the pre-eminent power in East Asia, with considerable influence beyond. Critical to its trajectory will be its maritime development, which has typically waxed and waned with the nation’s fortunes.
- What will American foreign policy look like under President-Elect Donald Trump? Three government professors weighed in Nov. 10 at the weekly lecture of the Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies.
- TAIWAN IN TRANSITION? INITIAL IMPRESSIONS OF THE TSAI ING-WEN ADMINISTRATION Taiwan Studies Workshop 9:45am – Introductory Remarks: Hon. Stanley Kao, Representative, Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States.
- A brief overview of incremental balancing responses vis-a-vis China in the context of recent US calls for a “principled and inclusive security network”… has just been published in the journal of the ASAN Institute for Policy Studies.
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Founded in 2004, the Princeton-Harvard China and the World program (CWP) is committed to integrating the advanced study of China’s foreign relations into the field of international relations, by bringing exceptional young scholars whose work bridges China studies and international relations together with recognized scholars in these fields.