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Best Sino Us Relations podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Sino Us Relations podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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China 21 is produced by the 21st Century China Center at UC San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy. We are a leading university-based think tank that produces scholarly research and informs policy discussions on China and U.S.-China relations. This podcast features expert voices, insights and stories about China’s economy, politics, society, and the implications for international affairs. Learn more at china.ucsd.edu
 
Whether it's interviews with modern day entrepreneurs, wizened China hands, company CEOs, lawyers, or policy wonks, China Voices brings you a wide view of doing business in China. In a country where economics is politics, China Voices speaks to the academics and policy experts who try to make sense of this emerging economy. So expect to hear from world-class thinkers at some of the best universities and research institutes, as well as Shanghai-based experts on U.S.-China relations. Thanks fo ...
 
The National Committee on United States-China Relations is a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization that encourages understanding and cooperation between the United States and Greater China in the belief that sound and productive Sino-American relations serve vital American and world interests. With over four decades of experience developing innovative programs at the forefront of U.S.–China relations, the National Committee focuses its exchange, educational and policy activities on ...
 
The NüVoices podcast is hosted by NüVoices members Chenni Xu, Cindy Gao and Joanna Chiu who explore the work of women in media, academia and the arts in Greater China, the impact of abuses of power, international and domestic politics, and their own personal stories. This podcast is wholly coordinated by the NüVoices board, with production by SupChina.
 
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Julia Voo is the research director for the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center’s new China Cyber Policy Initiative. In this episode, Julia and NüVoices board member Cindy Gao talk about China's increased efforts to influence international technical standards, updates and challenges of the Digital Silk Road, how her Track II diplomatic work with …
 
This episode, I spoke with Mark Harrison, Deals Advisory Partner at KPMG China. Mark specializes in advising on investments in China, including due diligence and joint ventures. Mark and I recorded our conversation before the coronavirus pandemic, and while it’s clear that much in China and the world has changed in the weeks since Mark and I first …
 
This week I'm talking with two leaders from international learning group Education First about the effect of the coronavirus on China's education industry. Jean Liu, chief corporate affairs officer at EF, joined by phone from Shanghai, and president of adult English training Sam Cheung joined by phone from Hong Kong. The two discussed how EF made t…
 
How have the views of Chinese people who may in the past have been attracted to the United States changed over the last 20 years? How have American perspectives on China shifted during the same period? National Public Radio (NPR) correspondent Frank Langfitt gained insights on many aspects of a changing China as he talked with passengers during tax…
 
In our first episode recorded since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, I speak with AmCham Shanghai president Ker Gibbs about how the Chamber has handled the rapidly changing situation over the past several weeks. We also discuss how our many member companies have been faring during the pandemic, and how both the Chamber and its members are …
 
Wang Dan 王丹 speaks with Victor Shih on the lessons from the 1989 student democracy movement. They discuss Wang’s journey as a young student leading up to the Tiananmen Square protests and his life since. Wang describes his mission for Dialogue China - and the discussions he’s fostering about prospects of political reform and preparing citizens for …
 
In recent years China has been appealing to scholars who went overseas to study and remained abroad to return to China. Among its “reverse migration” policies is the Thousand Talents Plan, initiated in 2008 to encourage “strategic scientists or leading talents who can make breakthroughs in key technologies or can enhance China’s high-tech industrie…
 
Geremie Barmé is an esteemed historian, journalist, translator and film-maker. He spoke at UC San Diego in January on resistance movements in two Chinese cities - the case of Tsinghua Prof. Xu Zhangrun’s 許章潤 dissent, and the protests in Hong Kong. Prof. Barmé is the editor of China Heritage, a journal devoted to Chinese history, literature, and tho…
 
In this podcast, Ambassador Robert Blackwill sits down with NCUSCR President Steve Orlins to discuss his recent report, "Implementing Grand Strategy Toward China: Twenty-Two U.S. Policy Prescriptions," published by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in January 2020. Ambassador Blackwill shares how his report has been received by both critics an…
 
Over the past few years, China has lost some of the key constituents that have supported constructive U.S.-China relations in recent decades, from the business sector to the academic field. As China has grown stronger economically, politically, and militarily, its increasingly muscular foreign policy has given many Americans pause. On February 13, …
 
In our first episode since the extended Chinese New Year, I'm talking with Jeff Lehman, Vice Chancellor of NYU Shanghai. Jeff has served as Vice Chancellor since the school's founding in 2012, and has previously served as founding dean of the Peking University School of Transnational Law, dean of the University of Michigan Law School and the eleven…
 
Leading Chinese and American economists convened in New York City on January 9 at the Forecast of China's Economy for 2020, hosted by the National Committee and the China Center for Economic Research. During the Forecast’s first panel, Daniel Rosen presented a preliminary analysis of the phase-one trade deal in light of China’s ongoing negotiation …
 
Leading Chinese and American economists convened in New York on January 9 at the Forecast of China's Economy for 2020, hosted by the National Committee and the China Center for Economic Research. During the Forecast’s first panel, Dr. Nicholas Lardy presented an overview of his research on China’s economic slowdown. Dr. Lardy is the Anthony M. Solo…
 
This week we have our second Washington, D.C. episode, this time at the Center for Strategic and International Studies with Bonnie Glaser. Bonnie is a senior adviser for Asia at CSIS and the director of the China Power Project, where her work focuses on issues related to Chinese foreign and security policy. I sat down with Bonnie at the end of 2019…
 
This week I'm talking with Andrew Polk, an economist and co-founder of Trivium China, a Beijing-based economic research and business advisory firm. We chatted during the final days of 2019, and Andrew offered his take on why China's economy slowed this past year. We also dug into how successful he believes the state's financial policies, including …
 
This week I am in Washington, D.C. at the American Enterprise Institute, talking with Derek Scissors. Derek is a resident scholar at AEI, as well as the chief economist of the China Beige Book. We discuss the recently announced U.S.-China trade deal and what he believes is next for the two countries' relationship. We also talk about the upcoming U.…
 
What do patterns of political contention look like? Over the course of the twentieth century, protests and social movements in Shanghai and Bombay changed with the commodification of urban land. In his new book, The Power of Place: Contentious Politics in Twentieth-Century Shanghai and Bombay, Mark Frazier examines changes in political geographies …
 
Muyi Xiao, the visuals editor at ChinaFile, is in the guest seat in this week’s episode of the NüVoices Podcast, hosted by Chenni Xu. In this episode, she talks about her previous work as a multimedia reporter at Tencent, the changing nature of the field of photojournalism, her fellowship at the Magnum Foundation, and her role at Chinese Storytelle…
 
We're joined today by two guests: AmCham Shanghai's Education Committee Chair John Van Fleet is on as our guest host, talking with retired Boston Consulting Group management consultant Bob Ching. A Shanghai native, Bob worked as a consultant in Asia for nearly 30 years, including establishing the China office for Boston Consulting Group in 1985. Jo…
 
Martin Papp is the founder and CEO of Papp’s Tea, making it his mission to bring a new twist to China’s tea market. The Colorado native, who happily calls himself the “tea guy,” founded his Beijing-based contemporary tea brand in 2014 and now supplies tea to more than 350 locations in China, including at Shanghai spots like Wagas, Blue Frog and Ele…
 
Keisha Brown is an assistant professor of history at Tennessee State University and a fellow in the Public Intellectuals Program at the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations. In this episode, she explains the history of Sino-Black relations, tells the story of influential African-American individuals like W. E. B. Du Bois and Langston Hughes a…
 
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