Monday, Mar 5, 2018
CWP Fellow Joseph Torigian spoke on "Country Case Study: Soviet Union/Russia" at the recent March 2018 conference.  About the Event:
Thursday, Mar 1, 2018
For Immediate Release: Applications now open for the Global Taiwan Institute Taiwan Scholarship
Thursday, Mar 1, 2018
Manjari Chatterjee Miller, Assistant Professor of International Relations at the Frederick S.
Tuesday, Feb 27, 2018
The China-United States bilateral relationship — the most consequential bilateral in the world — has always received much global attention, particularly as the world is undergoing a structural transformation amid significant domestic transformations in both countries.
Tuesday, Feb 27, 2018
The purpose of this state-of-the-field article is to take stock of the use of international relations theory in the study of cross-Strait relations since 2000.
Tuesday, Feb 27, 2018
After Zhao Ziyang was made acting general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party in 1987, key party elder Chen Yun asked Zhao why the Politburo Standing Committee never had
Tuesday, Feb 27, 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, Feb 23, 2018
There is a great opportunity to get to know two professors outside of Princeton who specializes in China. There are two way to meet them: a smaller group meeting on Monday from 3-4pm and a table-talk also on Monday at 5:30pm, location to be determined.
Thursday, Feb 22, 2018
  Since Ma Ying-Jeou assumed presidency in 2008, he promoted an Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement (ECFA) and Taiwan’s political rapprochement with China. However, the opposition party soon proposed a counter argument, claiming this agreement might produce severe negative consequences for Taiwan’s economy and sovereignty.
Tuesday, Feb 20, 2018
This month, I’ve started a two-month visiting position at the Yale Law School’s China Center. As soon as I arrived at Yale Law School to begin my visit, following the release of the U.S. National Security Strategy (NSS) last month, the U.S. Department of Defense also released the National Defense Strategy (NDS).


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