How Trump's cavalier approach to foreign policy in Asia undermines American leadership.
By Rachel Schoner No superpower lasts forever: the Roman, Mongol, and British Empires were mortal and, in time, faced their death. The United States is no different. After the Second World War, [...]
Following the death of DPRK leader Kim Jong Un’s half-brother, Kim Jong Nam, the Korean Peninsula has seen a chain of explosive incidents: on March 6th, the DPRK launched a missile test on the [...]
The End of Reform and Opening? Charlene Barshefsky Assesses the Current State of China’s Economic Policy
Check out the 21st Century China Center podcast episode featuring Ambassador Barshefsky and Professor Gordon Hanson discussing US-China trade policy. On March 8th, the 21st Century [...]
Susan Shirk is research professor and chair of the 21st Century China Center at the School, and one of the most influential experts working on U.S.-China relations and Chinese politics. Her [...]
The ascension of Donald Trump to the oval office has cast a cloud of uncertainty on US-China relations. Will Mr. Trump take a more aggressive stance on issues of trade? Will we see a greater US [...]
This article was originally published on the UC San Diego JIPS Blog. While the total impact of the United States’ 2016 election is yet to be fully determined, based on the incoming [...]