• On September 24, Sheena Chestnut Greitens, director of the Asia Policy Program and Associate Professor of Public Affairs at the LBJ School, appeared on theOn Balance with Leland Vittertshow to discuss Chinese state media commentary on the U.S. border situation. She argued that Chinese diplomats and outlets like the&...
  • Dr. Wenhong Chen, Asia Policy Program Affiliate, participated in a panel discussion hosted by the John W. Kluge Center on the conflict over technology between the U.S. and China. The Kluge Center at the Library of Congress brings relevant scholarship to the attention of policymakers and the interested public, ...
  • A recent Wall Street Journal article discussed China’s use of its seat on the United Nations NGO Committee to insist that civil society organizations applying for UN consultative status refer to Taiwan as a part of China.  The article cited the work of Professor ...
  • In a recent policy op-ed titled “Countering China and North Korea’s mad dash for missiles,” Jaganath Sankaran, Assistant Professor of Public Affairs, discusses the U.S.’s policy options in responding to China and North Korea’s accumulation of ballistic missiles. The U.S. may “...
  • Sheena Chestnut Greitens, Associate Professor of Public Affairs at the LBJ School and APP's inaugural director, was recently interviewed on On Balance With Leland Vittert. Greitens discussed the recent news regarding Huawei’s hiring of former Democratic Lobbyist Tony Podesta as a consultant. Greitens noted the long history ...
  • In March 2021, UT launched a new Center for Taiwan Studies, a multidisciplinary center dedicated to promoting the study of Taiwan’s society, history and culture on the UT campus. The new Center builds on a robust Taiwan Studies program that has been operating at UT since 2009, and is funded through ...