In this episode, we bring you a recording of our recent event with Dr. Yang Xuedong, Director of the Central Documents Translation Center (CDTC) of the Central Compilation and Translation Bureau of CCP Central Committee and senior research fellow of the China Center for Global Governance and Development Strategies (CCGGD). The lecture focuses on China’s policy process. The Central Compilation and Translation Department plays an important yet little known role in the production of official Chinese government documents.
In this episode, we bring you a recording of our recent event with Chia-Huan Chang, a visiting fellow of the Freeman Chair in China Studies at CSIS and a former instructor at Taiwan's National Defense University. Chia-Huan Chang's research interests include the issues related to the international law of the sea, maritime policies, and the South China Sea disputes.
In this episode, we bring you a recording of our recent event with Dr. Arthur Ding, one of Taiwan's leading experts on Chinese politics and foreign policy. Dr. Ding is the director and distinguished research fellow of the Institute of International Relations of National Zhengzhi University in Taipei.
In this episode, we bring you a recording of our recent event with Dr. Zhang Zhexin, research fellow at the Center for Asia Pacific Studies at the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies and visiting fellow at CSIS. The title of his talk is China’s Pursuit of a New Asia Pacific Security Architecture and Implications for US-China Relations. Amid growing tensions over territorial disputes and increasingly confrontational security postures, Chinese leaders have been advocating for a new Asia Pacific security architecture. What exactly is this architecture? Does it symbolise China’s growing ambition for regional hegemony? Or is it ultimately a response to America’s rebalance to Asia? What is China’s vision of such an architecture and how is China going to achieve it? What does this mean for US-China relations? This talk is longer than our typical podcast, clocking in at about an hour, but it is well worth the listen.
As Americans, we often think of U.S.-China relations or U.S.-Russia relations, but few people think enough about China-Russia relations. China-Russia relations are critically important and little understood. They affect such things as Syria, energy, trade, one belt one road and many others.
In this episode, we bring you a reading from 求事网 about the San Yan San Shi campaign in democratic political participation.
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This episode’s reading from Qiushi examines how the Chinese government will implement their decision to comprehensively promote the rule of law.
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In this episode, we bring you a reading from Qiushi that presents a summary of the Party view on core Chinese values.
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In this episode, we bring you a recording of our March 4th event held at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C. Professor Su Faxiang of Minzu University discusses the topic of recent Chinese policy debates regarding minority nationalities.
In this episode, we bring you a reading from 求是网 about Beijing's proposed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, or AIIB.
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In this episode, we bring you a recording of our recent event with Lu Chuanying, a specialist in cyber issues from the Shanghai Institute of International Studies. In this presentation, he discusses U.S.-China cyber cooperation and differences.
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