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Interviews

Expert interviews with faculty and non-resident scholars.

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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

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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

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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

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

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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

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

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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

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

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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