Heine Interviewed on China’s Role in Latin America
In an interview with DNews, Research Professor at Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies and Interim Director of the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, spoke about the visit of Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen to Central America and China’s growing role in Latin America as a whole….
Heine Interviewed on China’s Relationship with Central American Countries
In an interview with France24, Jorge Heine, Research Professor at Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies and Interim Director of the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, discussed the possible motivations behind burgeoning relationships between Central American countries and China. In light of Honduras’s recent move to establish diplomatic relations…
Heine Comments on Future of Xi Jinping’s Leadership
Ambassador Heine analyzes the role of the current president of China, his possibility of re-election, the tensions with Taiwan, the relationship with North Korea, and more.
Heine Discusses U.S.-China Tensions Over Taiwan
Ambassador Heine argues that, although China’s military exercises around Taiwan have been the largest and most wide-ranging ever, they do not portend an attack on the island in the short or medium term.
Heine Interviewed on Nancy Pelosi’s Controversial Taiwan Visit
On House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s controversial visit to Taiwan, Ambassador Jorge Heine says the trip brings into question what has been until nowa the basis of the U.S. policy towards China.
Fewsmith and Ye Interviewed on Nancy Pelosi’s Visit to Taiwan
What will be the fallout of House Speaker Pelosi’s controversial visit to China-claimed Taiwan? Professors Fewsmith and Ye agree that the visit will put the U.S. in a precarious position and strain an already complicated relationship with China.
Shifrinson Quoted on Biden’s Off-the-Cuff Global Pronouncements
President Biden’s assertion that the U.S would defend Taiwan if attacked by China quickly drew ire from China and clarification from his cabinet, but was this a gaffe or part of a two-level game? Professor Shifrinson comments.
Shifrinson Explores Consequences of Mishandling Russia-Ukraine Crisis
In discussing U.S. military intervention in Ukraine as a result of encroaching pressure from Russia, Professor Shifrinson argues that mishandling the situation could result in a strategic nightmare, endangering Ukraine and potentially Taiwan.
Heine Interviewed on Tensions Between China and Taiwan
In his appearance on CNN Chile, Ambassador Heine argues that while the China-Taiwan issue is a significant international flashpoint in East Asia, it should not be overplayed.
Fewsmith Meets With Taiwan’s Vice President
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith traveled to Taiwan with the Harvard University Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies Taiwan Studies Workshop.
WorldBoston Hosts Talk on Taiwan at Pardee School
WorldBoston hosted a discussion entitled “Taiwan Today: Perspectives from Taipei.”
BUCSA Hosts Taiwan Forum With Richard C. Bush
The forum featured a conversation with Richard C. Bush on a range of topics including Taiwan’s democracy, China’s cross-strait policy, and United States interests in the region.
Fewsmith Meets With Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith was part of a delegation that met with Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen.
Fewsmith in AP on Trump’s Taiwan Call
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith was recently interviewed on backlash in China over a breach in protocol by Donald Trump of U.S. policy toward Taiwan.
Najam Talks to Boston Herald on Trump’s Taiwan Call
Dean Adil Najam says that President-elect Donald Trump’s phone call with the Taiwanese President is “big news”.
Fewsmith in Bloomberg: Impact of Xi-Ma Summit
Pardee School Professor Joseph Fewsmith said that the upcoming conference between Xi Jinping and Ma Ying-jeou would have drastic ramifications.
Asia Scholar Awarded Taiwan Fellowship
Grant F. Rhode has been awarded a Taiwan Fellowship to research and write on Taiwan’s approach to disputes in the East and South China Seas.
Taiwan’s Deputy Minister for Education Visits Pardee School
High level government officials from the Republic of Taiwan visited Boston University this week as part of a cultural and education exchange program.