“A country where the many wounds of division were already deep and deeply felt has now become even more divided with new lines of polarizations having emerged.”
“A nuclear exchange…if it did not bring about civilization’s end, would make him a pariah not just to the world’s democracies but also to China.”
“What does the RCEP mean for Latin America?…as Latin America is not part of the agreement, it reflects the marginalization of the region from these plurilateral treaties.”
““The case for remaining on can be built around a sense of impending crisis when the experienced hand has to stay.”
Menchick quoted in new OpEd in The New York Times on role COVID-19 response protests could play in the 2020 U.S. elections.
In a gripping but harrowing personal account this new OpEd in The New York Times by Prof. Jessica Stern describes what spending time with an evil convicted war criminal can feel like.
Prof. Jessica Stern discusses the United States raid that led to the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State.
The databases were featured as part of an interactive story on China’s vision for a global network of trade, investment and infrastructure.
GDP Center Director Kevin Gallagher discusses China’s economic influence in Latin America.
Dean Adil Najam a campaign mounted by Pakistan’s military establishment against its critics in the media ahead of national elections.
Prof. Timothy Longman discusses an independent report by the Rwandan government that accuses French officials of complicity in Rwanda’s 1994 genocide.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith discusses whether or not Chinese President Xi Jinping will shed any light on his successor during the country’s Party Congress.
Dean Adil Najam’s 2016 Op-Ed discussing how America’s Nobel success is the story of immigrants was referenced in a New York Times article.
Adil Najam tells NYT that every government in Pakistan, ever, has fallen on the sword of accountability.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith discusses the fall from grace of Sun Zhengcai, party secretary for Chongqing who was recently dismissed by President Xi Jinping.
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discusses the contrast between China’s plans to drastically reduce coal consumption and plans by the country’s energy companies for highly polluting projects.
Amb. Vesko Garcevic testified before the United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on Russian efforts to interfere in Montenegro’s 2016 election.
Prof. Susan Eckstein discusses how deportation risks for Cubans living in the United States could change under President Donald Trump.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith discusses China’s upcoming Fall Party Congress.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith was interviewed by several outlets on the declaration by China’s Communist Party that President Xi Jinping is its “core.”