Rewatch this webinar on elevating Latinx voices within the American foreign policy establishment and what U.S. foreign policy interests are in the context of a rising China.
YCW's New York was launched in 2014 and its inaugural speaker was Stephanie Kleine-Ahlbrandt, the former Director of Asia-Pacific Programs at the United States Institute for Peace (USIP).
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– July 21, 2020 Co-organized by YCW’s New York and Washington, DC chapters, “Black Internationalism: China” featured founder and director of Columbia University Law School’s Black Voices on Greater China Kori Cooper in conversation with Professor Keisha Brown, Assistant
“Navigating China’s Narrowing Information Flow” was part three of the collaborative panel produced by Nüvoices, Young China Watchers and Chinese Storytellers. Hosted by Isabelle Niu, founding member of Chinese Storytellers, the panel featured Amy Qin, International Correspondent for The New
Moderated by Will Heidlage of BowerGroupAsia, the second event in this three-part series brought together four panelists to discuss “Testing the World: Assessing China’s COVID-19 Diplomacy”. Lucrezia Poggetti, an Analyst at the Mercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS), discussed the
Moderated by Rui Zhong from the Wilson Center’s Kissinger Institute on China and the United States, this event brought together three panelists to discuss “Cultural Timelines of the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Diana Yeh, from City University of London, spoke about the