China’s rapid accumulation and projection of power on the world stage confronts the world’s democracies and open societies with serious challenges.
Sophie Richardson on China’s Efforts to Reshape Global Rights Governance | Episode 2105
Sophie Richardson, the China director at Human Rights Watch, discusses China’s Efforts to Reshape Global Rights Governance.
Christopher Walker on Sharp Power as a Concept | Episode 2104
Christopher Walker, vice president for studies and analysis at the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), discusses sharp power as a concept.
Suisheng Zhao on China “Going Global” | Episode 2103
Suisheng Zhao, a professor and director of the Center for China-US Cooperation at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver, and the founder and chief editor of the Journal of Contemporary China, discusses China “Going Global.”
Xiao Qiang on China’s Model of Digital Authoritarianism | Episode 2102
Xiao’s current research focuses on state censorship, propaganda, and disinformation, as well as emerging AI-driven mass surveillance and social control in China.
Elizabeth Economy on China’s Communist Party-State under Xi Jinping | Episode 2101
Hoover senior fellow, Elizbeth Economy discusses the structure of the Chinese party-state, and Xi Jinping's populist appeal.