In this episode, Yanmei Xie joins us to discuss the reorganization of China’s government structure that was announced during the 13th National People’s Congress. She explains these changes and their implications for Chinese foreign policy.
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 CSIS Pacific Forum.
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In this episode, Mario Mancuso joins us to discuss the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States(CFIUS) and its role in reviewing potential Chinese investments in the United States. He explains the proposed changes under consideration in the US Congress that would expand CFIUS’ authority. Mancuso also examines the implications of stricter oversight for future China’s investment activities in the United States.
In this episode, Dr. Evan Ellis joins us to discuss China’s growing presence in Latin America and the Caribbean. He also examines the perceptions of China’s activities and the United States’ response to China’s engagements with nations in the region.
In this episode, Dr. Marc Lanteigne joins us to discuss China’s increasing diplomatic and scientific activity in the Arctic. He explains Beijing’s White Paper on the Arctic and what it means for Chinese ambitions. We also explore the implications for other countries with interests in the Arctic.
In this episode, Professor Theresa Sabonis-Helf joins us to discuss China’s economic and diplomatic push into Central Asia and the implications for the region. We assess the impact of this push on Chinese-Russian relations and explore what role the United States should play in Central Asia.
In this episode, Evan Feigenbaum joins us to discuss the evolution of two Asias: security Asia and economic Asia. We discuss these trends and their implications for future development and power dynamics in the region. We examine China’s role in each sphere, and how it might shape the region in the years to come.
In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Erica Downs and Dr. Jeffrey Becker to discuss the recent opening of China’s military facility in Djibouti and its implications for Chinese foreign policy and strategy.
In this episode, Dr. Joshua Eisenman joins us to discuss China’s development policies and engagement with the developing world.