Featured

China’s Push to Reform Global Governance: A Conversation with Melanie Hart

In this episode, Dr. Melanie Hart joins us to discuss China’s growing influence and ambitions within the global governance system. Dr. Hart addresses the key reasons behind China’s dissatisfaction with the current order, and how this has shaped its approach to adopting a leadership role in global governance reform. She also assesses the efficacy of China’s efforts and how liberal states should respond.

China’s Relationship with the International Order: A Conversation with Timothy Heath

In this episode, Mr. Timothy Heath joins us to discuss China’s views of and engagement with the international order. He analyzes China’s rise in the postwar era and details findings from a recent RAND Corporation report titled “China and the International Order.” Mr. Heath also assesses China’s behavior toward international norms and its development of multilateral institutions. He proposes how the US might be able to effectively manage China’s growing power and predicts key factors that could impact how Beijing approaches the international order moving forward.

The Slippery Slope of US-China Competition: A Conversation with Wu Xinbo

In this episode, Dr. Wu Xinbo joins us to discuss the state of US-China relations amid increased tension and competition under the Trump administration. He analyzes US intentions toward China as well as China’s views on President Trump, and offers insights on how the two countries will handle sensitive issues in the bilateral relationship such as Taiwan and the South China Sea. Professor Wu forecasts the road ahead for US-China relations in the coming decade along with the implications for the global economy and the international situation.

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.