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EVENT: Chinese Students In America: Still Caught in the Crosshairs | U.S.-China Perception Monitor

EVENT: Chinese Students In America: Still Caught in the Crosshairs | U.S.-China Perception Monitor

via Zoom WebinarThursday, September 22nd8pm Washington DC | 7pm Chicago | 5pm Los AngelesAs pandemic travel restrictions ease and international students return to American campuses, will Chinese students and scholars still be the largest international presence on campus?  Will Chinese students and scholars still find themselves caught in the crosshairs of tensions between the United States and China? How are American universities navigating continuing concerns about Chinese influence and sensitive research? A group of professors and senior administrators from campuses...

Sep 18
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Was the Ugandan Airport Loan a Debt Trap? | U.S.-China Perception Monitor

Was the Ugandan Airport Loan a Debt Trap? | U.S.-China Perception Monitor

Osebhahiemen B. Okooboh is a graduate student at Kennesaw State University, where she majors in International Conflict Management. She is currently an intern at the Carter Center’s China program.On November 17th, 2015, the Ugandan government, led by President Yoweri Museveni, signed an agreement with the Export-Import Bank of China (Exim Bank), for a loan of ”. The loan agreement was reached in 2015 and stipulated a maturity term of twenty years with a seven-year grace period which ends in 2022. Critical Ugandan assets, including Uganda’s only international airport, were attached to the...

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What’s Lost in Translation? Discrepancies in Official Translations of China’s Foreign Policy Statements | U.S.-China Perception Monitor

What’s Lost in Translation? Discrepancies in Official Translations of China’s Foreign Policy Statements | U.S.-China Perception Monitor

This commentary draws from ’s recent research note, ‘What is Lost in Translation? Differences between Chinese Foreign Policy Statements and Their Official English Translations’, in the peer-reviewed journal Foreign Policy Analysis. The research note will soon be open access. To read it, please click .Mokry is a PhD candidate at Leiden University’s Political Science Department and a visiting researcher at the German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA) in Hamburg. Before pursuing her PhD full-time, she worked at the Mercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS) as a research associate...

Jun 13
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Understanding the Putin-Xi Pivot in Ukraine | U.S.-China Perception Monitor

Understanding the Putin-Xi Pivot in Ukraine | U.S.-China Perception Monitor

Dr. Alexander Görlach is a senior fellow at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs in New York.The war Russia wages against Ukraine has now entered its fifth week. The “Blitzkrieg”-victory Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin dreamt of clearly did not come true. To the contrary, Russia, met with fierce resistance by the Ukrainian population, has been unable to defeat the Ukrainian military. The staggering support the free world is handing to the besieged nation goes hand in hand with decisive condemnation of Vladimir Putin’s actions. Western sanctions have hit the fortune of the...

Apr 1
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Guo Liangping: Crises and Choices in China's Foreign Relations

Guo Liangping: Crises and Choices in China's Foreign Relations

Guo Liangping is a senior research fellow at the Institute of East Asian Studies of the National University of Singapore. The article was originally published in Chinese by Lianhe Zaobao. A republished version of the Chinese-language article can be found .The world today is rapidly shifting from an economic world to a political one. The two worlds operate in differing logics: In the economic world, competition is about who wins more, whereas in the political world, competition is about who loses more. The world is thereby shifting from a win-win situation to a zero-sum one. Due to the...

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Public Opinion and China’s Space Ambitions | U.S.-China Perception Monitor

Public Opinion and China’s Space Ambitions | U.S.-China Perception Monitor

Lincoln Hines is an Assistant Professor for the West Space Seminar at the US Air War College. He received his doctorate in Government from Cornell University in 2021. He was previously a Guggenheim predoctoral fellow at the National Air and Space Museum, a visiting researcher at Peking University’s School of International Studies, and a Nonresident WSD-Handa Fellow at the Pacific Forum.The views expressed in this article represent the personal views of the author and are not necessarily the views of the Department of Defense, the Department of the Air Force or The Air University.How does...

Mar 25
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The Future of China From the Perspective of Taiwan's Political Development | U.S.-China Perception Monitor

The Future of China From the Perspective of Taiwan's Political Development | U.S.-China Perception Monitor

The following translation is of a commentary by Yu-Lin (Annie) Lee, a student in the Department of Diplomacy at National Chengchi University.The original Chinese-language version of this commentary can be found .On August 2, 2022, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China issued an official statement welcoming the visit of U.S. Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi.  Pelosi visited Taiwan with a delegation of influential congressional leaders. The delegation included a number of U.S. committee leaders and staffers. The purpose of the visit was to...

Sep 22
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Jia Qingguo: A China-US Cold War Draws Near

Jia Qingguo: A China-US Cold War Draws Near

This translation is the transcript of a speech given by Professor on July 9, 2022. Since Speaker Pelosi’’s visit to Taiwan on August 2, 2022, the U.S.-China relationship has deteriorated further. Some of the more recent, positive interactions between Washington and Beijing mentioned by Professor Jia have evaporated in the wake of China’s retaliation against the Speaker Pelosi’s visit.The Chinese-language version of this speech can be found . An archived version can be found .Under the influence of the recent conflict between Russia and Ukraine, Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, and other factors,...

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A Tale of Misadventure on China’s Atomic Belt and Road

A Tale of Misadventure on China’s Atomic Belt and Road

Chinese leaders had pinned their hopes on breaking into the European energy market through a Chinese-led nuclear revolution. On February 7th, 2022, their vision seemed within reach as the United Kingdom’s Office of Nuclear Regulation approved a Chinese-designed nuclear reactor for future use in England and Europe. This approval also marked a key step in China’s Nuclear Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) to export nuclear reactors to over 25 countries worldwide. After an arduous five-year process, China and the leadership at China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGN) had realized a critical...

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Tang Shiping: The Russo-Ukrainian War—A Half Year Evaluation | U.S.-China Perception Monitor

Tang Shiping: The Russo-Ukrainian War—A Half Year Evaluation | U.S.-China Perception Monitor

The following translation is a candid assessment of the war in Ukraine by Professor Tang Shiping. Professor Tang is a distinguished professor and the Dr. Seaker Chan Chair Professor in the School of International Relations and Public Affairs (SIRPA) at Fudan University. He has served on the editorial boards of leading political science journals, including International Security, International Studies Quarterly, and Security Studies. Professor Tang is also the Cheung Kong Distinguished Professor in the Chinese Ministry of Education. A reposted version of Tang’s Chinese-language commentary...

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