Fewsmith Expounds Findings of “Rethinking Chinese Politics“
Up until a couple of years ago, most observers viewed the Chinese political system as institutionalized; party leaders would serve two terms and another party leader who had been named at the previous party congress would take their place. Professor Fewsmith breaks from this notion and explains Xi Jinping’s political maneuvering.
“The Washington Monthly” Publishes Article on Controversy Surrounding Eckstein’s Latest Book
“The Washington Monthly” outlines the controversy surrounding the latest book by Professor Eckstein, how her critics do not address her work’s thesis, and her reflection on the situation.
Eckstein Clears the Air on Misrepresentation of Her Book “Cuban Privilege“
“Although certain politicians misrepresented my book, I trust most Cuban Americans recognize the special opportunities they received. My book should not be used to manipulate the trauma some experienced to score political points.”
Eckstein Expounds Findings of “Cuban Privilege ” at FIU Book Talk
In discussing the findings of her latest book, Professor Eckstein’s focused on United States-Cuban immigration policies, their origins, their evolution over the years, and their consequences.
Heine Joins Webinar on Active Non-Alignment & Spread in the Global South
Speakers emphasized the degree to which Ambassador Heine’s book has gained new currency as the notion of non-alignment has spread throughout the Global South in the course of 2022.
GWU Hosts Heine for Webinar on Active Non-Alignment for Latin America
Ambassador Heine argues that a policy of active non-alignment is especially urgent given the ongoing and divisive war in Ukraine as well as the financial crisis in Latin America, the worst in 120 years.
Heine Interviewed on “Xi-Na in the Century of the Dragon”
Ambassador Heine elaborates on the reasons for the so-called Chinese miracle, as well as the question “What does China want,” which has been described as the main question of the 21st century.
GDP Center Hosts Book Talk on Mehrling’s “Money and Empire“
Professor Gallagher led a discussion with Professor Mehrling on his latest book, which is a biography of both Charles P. Kindleberger and the dollar system as well as the story of the development of ideas about how money works.
Heine Discusses “Xi-Na in the Century of the Dragon” in Radio Interview
In his interview, Ambassador Heine elaborates on the motivations behind writing his latest book in the first place and on the significance of China for Latin America in general and Chile in particular.
Heine Dissects Latest Book During Chilean Pacific Foundation Webinar
Specialists comment on various aspects of Ambassador Heine’s latest book, highlighting the insights it provides into Chinese public policies, its digital economy, the Belt and Road Initiative, and relations with Latin America.
Gallagher & Kozul-Wright Discuss New Book and Future of Global Economics
In drawing parallels to the original “Bretton Woods moment,” Gallagher argues that the world finds itself “at the 1944 point;” we are in the midst of a proxy war, and due to the increasingly globalized nature of the global economic system the world is reeling from one financial crisis after another. As Gallagher argues, “we already made our mistake in 2008. The time to act is now.”
Heine Discusses New Book & Rise of China in GDP Center Q&A
The “Chinese miracle” has led China to grow at an annual average of 10 percent for 30 consecutive years, becoming the world´s number one manufacturing and exporting power. Ambassador Heine offers insights on this growth, which he explores fully in his latest book.
Heine Breaks Down Findings of His Latest Book During ESPAE Webinar
In his presentation, Professor Heine elaborated on the secret behind the so-called “Chinese miracle,” and the factors that have driven China’s fast-paced growth over the past forty years.
Heine Publishes New Book: “Xi-Na in the Century of the Dragon“
Ambassador Heine’s latest book takes an extensive look at China’s history and explores how the country achieved unprecedented economic and social progress in the last forty years.
Hefner Explores Impact of Television on Indonesian Islamic Resurgence
Professor Hefner notes that a far-reaching Islamic resurgence has occurred over the past 24 years, coincident with Indonesia’s return to electoral democracy, and an often overlooked feature of that resurgence has been the role of television media.
Fewsmith Discusses “Forging Leninism in China” on New Books Network Podcast
Professor Fewsmith’s book is a re-examination of the events of the Chinese revolution and the transformation of the Chinese Communist Party from the years 1927 to 1934. Describing the transformation of the party as “the forging of Leninism,” Fewsmith offers a clear analysis of the development of the party.
Gallagher and Kozul-Wright Argue for Re-Orientation of Global Economic Systems
In their remarks, Gallagher and Kozul-Wright outline the motivation and purpose of the new book – “The Case for a New Bretton Woods” – which is to call for a global discussion to realign global economic institutions for our collective climate, social and development goals.
Mako Interviewed on “After the Arab Uprisings“
“We hope the comparative scope of the book and the integrated framework we have developed will enrich ongoing scholarship on revolutions and democratic transitions.”
Brulé Discusses “Women, Power, and Property” with New Books Network
Professor Brulé talks about her academic journey, the origins of her research for “Women, Power, and Property,” as well as the key findings of her book.
Brulé Explores the Paradox of Gender Equality Laws in India
Professor Brulé leads a seminar outlining the findings of her latest book, which aims to explore how effective quotas are for women in government, explaining the relationship between political representation, backlash, and economic empowerment in India.