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Sunday, Jul 2, 2017
by dsuchens
North Korea’s recent ballistic missile launch—the first to occur during the Trump administration—once again raises the question of how the United States should handle the North Korean nuclear program, and how China should fit into the equation.
Thursday, Jun 29, 2017
by dsuchens
Be the future of U.S.-China relations.
Thursday, Jun 29, 2017
Jessica Chen Weiss is Associate Professor of Government at Cornell University. She is the author of Powerful Patriots: Nationalist Protest in China’s Foreign Relations (Oxford University Press, 2014).
Monday, Jun 19, 2017
by dsuchens
Introduction - China’s economic development is entering a phase in which its old growth model is reaching its limit. The Chinese government has embarked on an effort to reorient the economy from an investment- and export-driven model toward one predicated on a larger role for consumption and market forces.
Tuesday, Jun 13, 2017
by dsuchens
Issued yesterday, the Pentagon’s annual report to Congress on China’s military and security developments contains a typically vast array of data, some publicly specified or confirmed for the first time.
Monday, Jun 5, 2017
by dsuchens
CHAPTER SUMMARY- China’s consistently high economic growth in the postreform era has been accompanied by burgeoning energy demands that make Beijing increasingly dependent on external energy sources.
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
by dsuchens
In an official announcement by the Dean of the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University today, CWP Alumni Fellow Manjari C. Miller received tenure. Dean Adil Najam said, "Please join me in congratulating our colleague Manjari Miller for her very well-deserved promotion to Associate Professor with Tenure.
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
by dsuchens
Post-doctoral fellow position:  Chinese Development Finance and Sustainable Development
Monday, May 15, 2017
by dsuchens
Seoul needs to formulate a concrete strategy on its troublesome neighbor or risk being permanently sidelined. As the world held its breath watching the Asia-Pacific these past few weeks, parsing statements from Pyongyang, Washington, and Beijing, one voice was conspicuously missing from the fray — Seoul’s.
Monday, May 15, 2017
by dsuchens
Greetings from The Carter Center in Atlanta.

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