The ChinaPower Podcast dissects critical issues underpinning China’s emergence as a global power. By bringing together the leading experts on China and international politics, the series offers our listeners critical insights into the challenges and opportunities presented by China’s rise. These extended discussions are hosted by Bonnie S. Glaser, senior adviser for Asia and the director of the China Power Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Ms. Glaser is concomitantly a non-resident fellow with the Lowy Institute in Sydney and a senior associate with Pacific Forum.

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Bonnie S. Glaser
Bonnie S. Glaser

The Push, Pull, and Purse of Chinese Public Diplomacy: A Conversation with Samantha Custer

In this episode, Samantha Custer joins us to discuss Chinese public diplomacy and influence operations in the East Asia Pacific region. She sheds light on five key parts of China’s public diplomacy strategy as outlined in AidData’s latest report, Ties That Bind. Ms. Custer also explores the success China has achieved thus far as a result of its public diplomacy efforts and analyzes the implications for East Asia and beyond.

Unpacking US-China Trade Relations: A Conversation with Dan Rosen

In this episode, Dan Rosen joins us to discuss the US and Chinese positions on the bilateral trade relationship. We unpack both sides’ demands, including Chinese requests for the US to lift restrictions on high-technology transfer and support market economic status for China, and US requests for China to end forced technology transfer and provide subsidies to Chinese companies. Mr. Rosen describes what a potential deal could look like.

Growing Friction in US-China Relations: A Conversation with Da Wei

In this episode, Professor Da Wei joins us to discuss the increasingly contentious relationship between the United States and China. He presents both Chinese and American perspectives on US-China relations, and analyzes the reasons that bilateral ties have become increasingly competitive. Professor Da also forecasts where US-China relations may head in the future.