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  • China at the Crossroads? Reform Challenges with Professor David Shambaugh

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    Worldviews of Aspiring Powers: A Resurgence of Nationalism? - Views from Asia

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    Worldviews of Aspiring Powers: A Resurgence of Nationalism? - Views from Eurasia

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    Kurt Campbell on U.S. Policy on Asia

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    Indian Prime Minister Modi's visit to Japan

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    Professor Mike Mochizuki on PBS’s Newshour

China at the Crossroads? Reform Challenges with Professor David Shambaugh
David Shambaugh, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, GW
Introduction by Bruce J. Dickson, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs; Director, Sigur Center for Asian Studies.

Worldviews of Aspiring Powers: A Resurgence of Nationalism? - Views from Asia
Deepa Ollapally, Research Professor of International Affairs, GW; David Shambaugh, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, GW; and Richard Samuels, Ford International Professor of Political Science, MIT

Worldviews of Aspiring Powers: A Resurgence of Nationalism? - Views from Eurasia
Farideh Farhi, Affiliate Graduate of Faculty, University of Hawaii at Manoa, and Andrew Kuchins, Director and Senior Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Program, CSIS.

Kurt Campbell on U.S. Policy on Asia
Kurt Campbell, Chairman and CEO, The Asia Group; Former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs.

Dr. Deepa Ollapally on India-Japan Relations
Sigur Center Associate Director Deepa Ollapally interviewed on VOA TV on Indian Prime Minister Modi's visit to Japan (with Chinese voice over).

U.S.-Japan Trade Issues and Obama's Visit to Asia
Professor Mike Mochizuki appeared on PBS’s Newshour to discuss the trade issues tackled during Obama’s recent visit to Japan

The Climate-Wise Development Approach
In February 2013 Partnerships for International Strategies in Asia (PISA) collaborated with Yangon based NGO, ALARM, to offer a week long pre-training program for 45 mid-level government officials from Burma's line ministries with portfolios most likely to be impacted by climate change.


Recent Publications

book cover: Worldviews of Aspiring Powers

Debates about U.S. foreign policy have revolved around three main traditions--liberal internationalism, realism, and nationalism. In his most recent book, GW Professor Henry R. Nau delves deeply into a fourth foreign policy tradition that he calls "conservative internationalism."» Read more

book cover: Worldviews of Aspiring Powers

Henry R, Nau and Deepa Ollapally identify and track internal foreign policy debates in China, India, Iran, Japan, and Russia in their latest book, “a valuable addition to a growing literature on the connections between domestic politics and foreign policy.” » Read more


journalcover: Orbis

In the Summer 2014 issue of Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs, RPI authors Deepa Ollapally and Robert Sutter explore the implications of economic ties and security rivalries in the Sino-Indian and Sino-American relationships, respectively
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China goes global

In Military Force and Elite Power in the Formation of Modern China, Professor Edward McCord explores one important consequence of this situation—the increased role of military force in the determination of elite social, political, and economic power, and presents fascinating case studies of the warlords, militia leaders, and military officers who benefited from this.

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