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- On September 29, Young China Watchers hosted a conversation with Murray Hiebert, author of “Under Beijing’s Shadow: Southeast Asia’s China Challenge.” This compelling book provides …More »
- YCW LN: Africa-China relations in motion with Lina Ayenew Getachew (Social entrepreneur and author, The Complete Beginners’ Guide to China-Africa relations); Miatta Momoh (Co-founder, Kente …More »
- On August 25, Young China Watchers London and NüVoices hosted Karoline Kan and Zongqi Yu, who both work on issues at the intersection between gender …More »
- YCW LN: Gender and climate change in China with Karoline Kan (Environmental journalist) and Zongqi Yu (Climate change activist and Chinese Youth Delegate at 24th …More »
- Dr. Judith Shapiro is on the faculty of the Global Environmental Politics program at American University in Washington, D.C. and directs the Dual Degree in …More »
- YCW's Joshua Cartwright speaks with Jennifer Pan about how racism impacts Chinese overseas students' support for authoritarianism.More »
- YCW's Jacinta Keast chats to Tom Orlik about China's economic policymaking tools and his new book China: The Bubble That Never PopsMore »
- Excerpted from an event hosted by YCW London, this month’s episode features Tim Clissold, a Sino-U.S./U.K. business dispute resolution expert and the author of Mr. China, …More »
- Rebecca E. Karl is Professor of History at New York University. She is the author of “The Magic of Concepts: History and the Economic in …More »