Heine Offers Comments on Upcoming IDB Presidential Election
“It is essential that [the Inter-American Development Bank] resume its task of promoting the development of Latin America and not become a foreign policy tool for the United States.”
Heine Offers Thoughts on the Current State of Haiti
Are gangs taking over Haiti? How will continued violence impact Haitian migration? Ambassador Heine discusses the situation in Haiti one year after the assassination of President Jovenel Moise.
Gallagher and GDP Center Researchers Comment on China’s Foreign Coal Investment
Professor Gallagher offered comments on President Xi Jinping’s announcement that China will end its support for new coal power projects overseas in multiple global publications including Associated Press, Forbes, Quartz, The New York Times, The Independent, and Aljazeera.
Woodward Comments on Taliban Acquisition of Sensitive Afghan Databases
With detailed data on millions of Afghans potentially in Taliban control, Professor Woodward commented that Pakistani, Chinese, Russian, and Iranian intelligence – all with their own agendas – would be interested to know who worked with the Americans.
Ye Quoted Discussing U.S. vs China Infrastructure Funding
Professor Ye comments on the US’ lacking infrastructure investment compared to that of China and President Biden’s attempt to rectify it.
Fewsmith Quoted in AP Article on China-India Relations
Professor Joseph Fewsmith speaks on a recent confrontation and changes to the political status of Kashmir, resulting increased tensions between China and India.
Fewsmith in AP on China’s Fall Party Congress
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith discusses China’s upcoming Fall Party Congress.
Gallagher in AP: China’s Economic Exposure in Venezuela
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discussed the state of China’s economic partnership with Venezuela.
Stern in the Media: ISIS Boosts Reach Through Social Media
Prof. Jessica Stern discussed how the Internet enables ISIS to boost their recruitment efforts.
Hare Weighs in on Economic Impact of U.S.-Cuba Deal
Paul Webster Hare said that Cuba’s need for hard currency was behind the thawing of relations between that nation and the U. S., as announced by president Barack Obama on Dec. 17.