Prof. Kevin Gallagher discusses the possibility of Xi Jinping creating a path for Donald Trump re-enter the Paris Climate Agreement.
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 discusses how an upcoming leadership reshuffle in China, the world’s second largest economy, could affect global investment.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith discusses the fall from grace of Sun Zhengcai, party secretary for Chongqing who was recently dismissed by President Xi Jinping.
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.
Prof. William Keylor discusses what the meeting means for the U.S. approach toward North Korea.
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.”
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith discussed the anticorruption campaign of Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Prof. Joseph Fewsmith discussed Chinese President Xi Jinping’s comments on the Cultural Revolution.
Fewsmith tells Bloomberg that Xi’s new title highlights China’s power struggles.
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.
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 said that criticism of Chinese President Xi Jinping in the wake of the Tianjin explosions is unprecedented.
Prof. Fewsmith believes that the Zhou Yongkang verdict is one more milestone in President Xi’s consolidation of power.
Joseph Fewsmith of the Pardee School weighs in on the growing cult of personality surrounding Chinese president Xi Jinping.