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.
In this episode, Bill Hayton joins ChinaPower to discuss China’s activities and strategy in the South China Sea. He unpacks the history of all the parties’ sovereignty claims and the drivers of heightened tensions between China and other countries in the region, and explains the challenges Beijing faces in enforcing its extensive maritime claims.
In this crossover episode, Sinica Podcast’s Kaiser Kuo interviews Bonnie Glaser on China’s security issues. Ms. Glaser analyzes the implications of the Trump-Kim summit for China, Beijing’s economic and security leverage in the region, and China’s recent activity in the South China Sea.
In this episode, Professor Andrew Erickson joins us to discuss the origins and role of China’s maritime militia and how the United States should respond.
In this episode, Professor Alexander Vuving joins us to discuss the state of relations between China and Vietnam and the key points of contention between the two countries.
In this episode, Professor Renato Cruz De Castro joins us to discuss Rodrigo Duterte’s policies towards China and its implications for politics of the region.
This episode explores the trends and relations between China and Japan as well as the historical roots behind their tensions with Professor Sheila Smith.
This episode explores the ramifications of the UNCLOS ruling by an arbitral tribunal on July 12, 2016 over China’s constructions of several artificial islands in the South China Sea with Peter Dutton of the U.S. Naval War College.