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Electoral Impacts of Failed Revolutions: Evidence from Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement


The 21st Century China Center's next China Research Workshop will be conducted over Zoom, on December 4th at 12:00-1:00 pm PST. Register through the event link below! The webinar will feature the research of Ye Wang, Predoctoral Researcher at the 21st Century China Center. Wang will present a close analysis of Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement […]

Clash of Empires: From “Chimerica” to the “New Cold War”


Ho-fung Hung, professor in political economy at Johns Hopkins University, will discuss the intensifying rivalry between the U.S. and China. He argues the rivalry is more about the shifting balance of economic forces in global capitalism than about ideological differences, as suggested by the talk of a “New Cold War.” Since the 1990s, Wall Street […]

Toxic Politics: China’s Health and Governance In Crisis


In his new book, "Toxic Politics," Yanzhong Huang, professor and director of Global Health Studies at Seton Hall University, will discuss how China’s environmental crisis is undermining public health and becoming an Achilles heel in its reemergence as a global power. Huang presents new evidence of China’s deepening health crisis and challenges the widespread view […]

China as a Twenty-First Century Naval Power


In this Zoom webinar hosted by the 21st Century China Center, Admiral Michael McDevitt will discuss his new book "China as a Twenty-First-Century Naval Power: Theory Practice and Implications," which explores China's strategic rationale behind Xi Jinping's objective for the People's Liberation Army to become a "great maritime power." Adm. McDevitt details how the Chinese […]

Has the EAST Risen Again? Lessons from History


The 21st Century China Center will be hosting a webinar on January 13th, at 1:00 pm PST. Dr. Yasheng Huang, professor of international management at MIT, will present from his book project on four factors that have shaped China’s development: Education, Autocracy, Stability and Technology (EAST). He focuses on the historical patterns of technological development […]

State of Surveillance


The 21st Century China Center is hosting a webinar on January 25th, at 11:00 AM PST. Mareike Ohlberg of The German Marshall Fund and Jessica Batke of ChinaFile will present their analysis of 76,000 Chinese government records that document the rise and widespread procurement of surveillance technology and services over the last 16 years. Their […]

China’s Quest to Protect Its Interests Overseas


Based on his book, "Protecting China's Interests Overseas: Securitization and Foreign Policy," Andrea Ghiselli, assistant professor at the School of International Relations and Public Affairs at Fudan University, offers insights into the dynamics of foreign policy making in today's China, and to prompt considerations regarding how we understand China's rise. Ghiselli describes how Chinese presence […]

GPS Speed Friending


To build friendship among GPS students, China Focus and QUIRPS present Speed Friending! A platonic take on the late-90's phenomenon that originated in Los Angeles. Modified for zoom (through a platform called Glimpse), attendees are paired off into breakout rooms where they will be given prompts to spur lively and lighthearted conversation. We will also […]

Lunar New Year Celebration


Join China Focus and other Asian clubs at the School of Global Policy and Strategy in celebrating the new year! The event will be held over Zoom on Friday, February 19th at 5 pm PST. Join us for an evening of lantern making, games, cooking demonstrations, and prize giveaways!  Zoom ID: 958 2258 6201   […]

Weaponization of Intellectual Property Against China


The 21st Century China Center is hosting a webinar on February 25th at 1:00 pm PST. Mark Cohen, Director and Senior Fellow at UC Berkeley, and the expert responsible for starting the intellectual property (IP) dialogue with China since the Obama administration, will discuss the weaponization of IP with China under Trump, and how it […]

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