2024-25 Taiwan Studies Fellowships
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February Faculty Spotlight
Precarious Ties, a new book by Meg Rithmire, F. Warren MacFarlan Associate Professor of Business, Government, and International Economy at the Harvard Business School, examines business and the state in three authoritarian Asian regimes: Indonesia under Suharto, Malaysia under the Barisan Nasional, and China under the Communist Party.
The work that we do as scholars, in forging connections to better comprehend the wide array of changes taking place in China, is more important than ever, especially given China’s growing influence and the dramatic transformations taking place in our world.
Critical Issues Confronting China featuring Ji Li – How Rising Geopolitical Tensions are Impacting Chinese Firms Overseas
In the first edition of this semester’s Critical Issues Confronting China series, Ji Li, John & Marilyn Long Professor of U.S.-China Business and Law, University of California – Irvine, discusses the behavior of Chinese multinational corporations in the face of…
Ambassador Robert E. Lighthizer, 18th U.S. Trade Representative (2017 – 2021), speaks with Mark Wu, Director of the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies and Henry L. Stimson Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, for our latest episode of The…
A Scholar’s Journey Through Rural China’s History: Michael Szonyi reflects on his first trip back to China in four years
Cross-posted from the Harvard China Fund. Michael A. Szonyi is the Frank Wen-Hsiung Wu Memorial Professor of Chinese History at Harvard University. I arrived in China in August 2023 after an almost four-year absence, the longest in my professional career…
The China Questions 2: Critical Insights into U.S.-China Relations
Accessible answers to leading questions about China from leading scholars. Available now.