Prof. Fewsmith expresses his opinion on China’s Xi Jinping’s “disappearance” as coronavirus rapidly spreads.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith discusses the anticorruption campaign of Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith discussed the declining influence of the Communist Youth League.
Professor Joseph Fewsmith said that support in the military meant that Chinese President Xi Jinping was able to end 2015 in a position of power.
Pardee School Professor Joseph Fewsmith said that the upcoming conference between Xi Jinping and Ma Ying-jeou would have drastic ramifications.
The Center for the Study of Asia hosted their annual Fall Reception on Oct. 5 at the George Sherman Union.
Pardee School Professor Joseph Fewsmith said that Xi Jinping’s top-down leadership style has been a challenge for China.
Pardee School Professor Joseph Fewsmith was featured in The Diplomat, a magazine focusing on geopolitics in Asia and the Pacific.
Pardee School Professor Joseph Fewsmith traveled to Asia to discuss Chinese and American politics at universities in China and Singapore.
Pardee School Professor Joseph Fewsmith said that criticism of Chinese President Xi Jinping in the wake of the Tianjin explosions is unprecedented.
Pardee School Professor Joseph Fewsmith said that the story of disgraced Chinese official Ling Jihua illustrated the state of power politics within the Chinese government.
The ouster of a top Chinese Communist Party official on corruption charges is an opportunity for Xi Jinping to clean house.
Joseph Fewsmith of the Pardee School weighs in on the growing cult of personality surrounding Chinese president Xi Jinping.
John Kamm, Executive Director of the Dui Hua Foundation, has done more to improve conditions for China’s prisoners than anyone else in the world.
With a growing middle class and a leader eager to centralize power, the future of China could be a very uncertain one.
The Pardee School of Global Studies is proud to announce the latest installment in their Inaugural Lecture Series, “The Politics of Leadership in China.”
Prof. Fewsmith talks to Bloomberg on the new trajectory of Chinese diplomacy.