Dr. Greitens Explains What’s Behind South Korea’s New Holiday

July 15, 2024

In a new piece for the Carnegie Endowment’s Emissary Blog, Dr. Sheena Chestnut Greitens offers commentary on South Korea’s new holiday: North Korean Defectors’ Day. She explains why Seoul began the commemoration and argues that the Yoon government should use this moment to advance policy toward the North Korea diaspora. Read the article here.

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Horns of a Dilemma: The Pivot to Asia Remains Incomplete

June 14, 2024

On this episode of Horns of a Dilemma, Marshall Kosloff talks with Ambassador Robert Blackwill and Richard Fontaine about their new book, “Lost Decade: The U.S. Pivot to Asia and the Rise of Chinese Power.” Listen to the podcast here.

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Senior Fellow Rowena He Reflects on the 35th Anniversary of Tiananmen Square

June 12, 2024

For the 35th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protests, Senior Research Fellow Rowena He shared her reflections with Harvard’s Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies. The piece includes her recollections of Spring 1989 and the lasting impact it’s had on her. “We took to the streets not because of hatred and despair, but because of love…

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Distinguished Fellow Rana Siu Inboden Writes on China and the International Human Rights System

May 30, 2024

In a new special issue article for Global Policy, Distinguished Fellow Rana Siu Inboden writes about “China, power and the United Nations Special Procedures: Emerging threats to the “crown jewels” of the international human rights system”. “While there are other parts of the human rights regime where Beijing is able to shape norms, ideas, &…

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Jada Fraser’s Research Featured in recent CSIS Article

November 12, 2021

Jada Fraser, former undergraduate fellow at the Clements Center, co-authored “The Case for U.S.-Japan-ROK Cooperation on Democracy Support in the Indo-Pacific Region” with Nicholas Szechenyi and Hannah Fodale at the Center for Security and Intelligence Studies (CSIS). The latest commentary argues for opportunities where the U.S., Japan,…

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Professor Greitens Discusses Rising Tension between China and Taiwan

November 3, 2021

Sheena Chestnut Greitens, founding director of the Asia Policy Program and Associate Professor of Public Affairs at the LBJ School, discussed the rising tensions between China and Taiwan, and the United States’ role in the cross-strait relations. Professor Greitens explained…

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Sheena Greitens Quoted in AP article on Upcoming Beijing Olympics

October 27, 2021

Sheena Chestnut Greitens, Strauss Center Distinguished Scholar and Associate Professor of Public Affairs at the LBJ School, was quoted in a recent AP article on the absence of human rights discussions ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. The…

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Professor Greitens Discusses China’s View on the U.S. Border

October 5, 2021

On September 24, Sheena Chestnut Greitens, director of the Asia Policy Program and Associate Professor of Public Affairs at the LBJ School, appeared on the On Balance with Leland Vittert show to discuss Chinese state media commentary on the U.S. border…

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Professor Chen Participates in U.S. – China Tech Panel with the Library of Congress

October 1, 2021

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…

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Professor Rana Siu Inboden’s Research Cited in a WSJ Article

September 21, 2021

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…

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