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Expert interviews with faculty and non-resident scholars.


A Dangerous Moment in U.S.-China Relations
Susan Shirk and Erin Carter discuss the domestic drivers to China's posture towards the U.S. and the impact of the U.S. elections on bilateral relations


Hong Kong’s National Security Law and the Fear of the Unknown
Victor Shih and Kwai Ng discuss the new law’s impact on Hong Kong’s civil society, political stability, economic competitiveness


China policy and the American presidency [Audio]
Susan Shirk and Barry Naughton share how they would advise the future occupant of the Oval Office on the Sinica podcast


Military modernization in Xi Jinping’s China [Audio]
Tai Ming Cheung discusses Beijing’s long march to technological self-reliance on the Sinica podcast


Censored: How China uses deterrence, distraction, and dilution to control its internet [Audio]
Molly Roberts discusses her book that examines how internet censorship impacts Chinese internet users on the Sinica podcast


Susan Shirk on Xi Jinping’s Overreach
Susan Shirk speaks with The Wire China on the consequences of Xi Jiping’s personalistic rule


U.S.-China Ties Have Become 'Extremely Hostile,' Former Official Says
Susan Shirk speaks with Bloomberg Asia about the tensions between the U.S. and China


Global Coronavirus Challenge Calls for U.S.-China Cooperation
Susan Shirk, Barry Naughton, Steph Haggard and Victor Shih explain what’s at stake


Decoding the Hong Kong protests and more
Ruixue Jia sheds light on economic development in China and the potential impacts of current protests in Hong Kong