Fewsmith Cited on Evolution of Elite Chinese Politics
Many have considered institutionalization as the key to China’s political stability at the elite level since the 1980s. However, Professor Fewsmith believes otherwise.
Greenwald Publishes OpEd in The Diplomat
Michael B. Greenwald (Pardee ’07) explores how an executive order spelling out a new Economic Patriot Act would enable a smarter sanctions strategy.
Alumni Spotlight: Kamdar Writes Article on Indian Refugee Policy
Bansari Kamdar (Pardee ’18) published a recent article in The Diplomat exploring the Rohingyas and the Indian Refugee Policy.
Sarkar in The Diplomat on India and the NPT
Prof. Jayita Sarkar discusses the 50th anniversary of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) and India’s refusal to accede to the treaty.
Gallagher Publishes Op-Ed on the U.S., China and Latin America
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discusses whether decreasing economic ties between the United States and Latin American could benefit China.
Miller Publishes Op-Ed on SAARC Summit
Prof. Manjari Chatterjee Miller discussed why the cancellation of the 19th SAARC summit could mean new life for the regional grouping.
Hefner in The Diplomat: Religion and U.S. Foreign Policy
Prof. Robert Hefner discusses religion’s role in U.S. Foreign Policy and the implications it has for Asia.
Berger in The Diplomat: Japan’s Military Resurgence
Pardee School Professor Thomas Berger said that military resurgence was a complex issue among the Japanese.