Thursday, Mar 15, 2018
English-language analysis of Chinese foreign policy has often cited nation-alist public opinion as a key driver of Beijing’s recent assertive maritime conduct. Yet these important conjectures have not been systematically tested. How can we know whether public opinion has been driving an authoritarian state’s foreign policy?
Tuesday, Mar 13, 2018
Thursday’s surprise announcement about a face-to-face meeting between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un followed news earlier in the week that seemed too good to be true: North Korea is willing to discuss denuclearization with the United States.
Tuesday, Mar 13, 2018
Does the public in authoritarian regimes react to their leaders’ foreign policy behavior similarly as their democratic counterparts? We investigate this question by implementing a series of survey experiments in China, a single-party authoritarian state.
Monday, Mar 12, 2018
Over its history, ASEAN has reduced the possibility of war among its members and created a platform for member states to project their common concerns and to advance shared interests.
Monday, Mar 12, 2018
GTI Summer Internship  Application now open! GLOBAL TAIWAN INSTITUTE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM  GTI will be hiring 3 program interns this summer. Please find below the job description of the two different internship programs that we offer. Description:
Saturday, Mar 10, 2018
As a friend’s five-year-old puts it, “China has three navies: the regular navy, the police navy and the sneaky navy.” Each of these three sea forces is the world’s 
Friday, Mar 9, 2018
According to latest polls, a majority of Americans see North Korea as the greatest immediate threat to the U.S. with as many as 73 percent concerned about Kim Jung Un’s use of nuclear weapons.
Wednesday, Mar 7, 2018
Integrating prospect theory and operational code analysis, this paper introduces an innovative approach to studying the decision making of Chinese leaders during crises.
Wednesday, Mar 7, 2018
The dawn of the twenty-first century witnessed a new wave of multilateral initiatives in the Asia-Pacific. By integrating institutional balancing theory and role theory, the author proposes a new theoretical framework—‘balance of roles’—to explain the variations in institutional strategies by different states.
Monday, Mar 5, 2018
CWP was fortunate enough to have a record-breaking turnout at the recent 2018 CWP workshop. Special thanks to the University of Maryland for hosting us and to the Carnegie Corporation for making the annual event possible. 


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