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This talk will open our conversation to a much wider perspective. Starting from the concept that a rising power will cause fear in an established power, Patrick Horgan will broaden our conversation to a much wider perspective. Some of the
The stand-off between Chinese and Indian troops in the Doklam area officially ended on August 28. This followed two months of diplomatic lawfare between both governments, coupled with decidedly hostile rhetoric from their respective national media. Although China and India
Young China Watchers, in partnership with the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, is delighted to recruit our second cohort of Beijing-based mentors for Carnegie-Tsinghua interns. The mentees hail from all over the world, are BA/MA level students with an interest
Colum Murphy, Editorial Director of Sixth Tone, discusses the progress of China’s first state-owned, English-language digital publication. Sixth Tone went live in April of 2016 and is the sister publication of The Paper. Murphy also delves into media and journalism in China.
Given China’s increasing influence across the globe, understanding its ideas and actions is more important than ever. But how, as researchers, can we grasp contemporary China. And once we do, how do we convey this knowledge to others? In an