““The case for remaining on can be built around a sense of impending crisis when the experienced hand has to stay.”
Professor Joseph Fewsmith speaks on a recent confrontation and changes to the political status of Kashmir, resulting increased tensions between China and India.
Pardee School professors Jorge Heine, Joseph Fewsmith, Min Ye and Adil Najam were on the panel to discuss the future of China’s foreign relations at the Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith spoke at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) at the University of London.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith gave a lecture entitled “The Domestic Roots of Cross Strait Relations.”
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith spoke at the East Asia Institute workshop in Singapore on the post-Xi Jinping leadership.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith traveled to Taiwan with the Harvard University Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies Taiwan Studies Workshop.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith was interviewed for a podcast examining the rise of strongmen leaders in the 21st-century.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith’s article examines the conventional wisdom surrounding the resilience of authoritarian regimes.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith discusses China’s 19th Party Congress and the subsequent sweeping changes in China’s leadership.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith spoke at the sixth forum on relations between the United States and China at the Carter Center.
The Beyond the Headlines series continued with a discussion on the recent 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China.
The National Committee on United States-China Relations hosts town halls to discuss U.S.-China relations with a prominent policy makers.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith discusses whether or not Chinese President Xi Jinping will shed any light on his successor during the country’s Party Congress.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith spoke as part of a panel entitled “China’s Future Leadership: An Instant Analysis of China’s 19th Party Congress.”
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith discusses China’s upcoming Party Congress and the future of Wang Qishan, the Party’s anti-corruption chief, who is expected to retire.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith hosted a delegation from the China’s Central Compilation and Translation Bureau (CCTB) led by Deputy Director-General Wei Hashing.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith discusses how an upcoming leadership reshuffle in China, the world’s second largest economy, could affect global investment.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith discusses a potential reorganization of the country’s top officials under President Xi Jinping.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith discussed President Xi Jinping and China’s upcoming 19th Party Congress.