China vs. USA is a show that explores China’s growing global influence and geostrategic competition with the United States.
How is China seeking and exerting economic, political, and military might around the world, and how should the United States and its allies respond to the challenge? The show will explore these questions.
Hosted by Ying Ma and produced by the Three Kingdoms Institute, China vs. USA will hold regular discussions with current and former policymakers, diplomats, military leaders, business executives, scholars, journalists, and experts from America, Asia, and beyond.
We will offer lively and provocative content that is intellectually rigorous and easily accessible to all Americans concerned about the rise of China.
More information is available at https://yingma.org and https://threekingdomsinstitute.com.
E3. Condemning Anti-Asian Violence and Holding China Responsible for COVID
Since the beginning of the COVID pandemic, we’ve heard a lot about anti-Asian racism. From New York to San Francisco, there have been reports of slurs, taunts, and violence. Recently, several horrific attacks committed by young black men against the elderly have caught national attention. Numerous Asian American activists and political leaders have blamed former […]
E2. “Kung Flu” Is Funny; America Is Not a Racist Country
COVID-19 and the Black Lives Matter protests have turned race and racism into hot topics in both the United States and China. Throughout the pandemic, President Trump has been condemned as a racist for labeling the coronavirus “Kung Flu,” “China virus,” and “Wuhan virus.” Meanwhile, protestors and rioters throughout the country—from New York to Minneapolis […]
Confronting China Without Starting a War
Washington seems to be having conflicts with Beijing on almost every front. There’s everything from the trade war to China’s culpability in spreading the coronavirus to its repression of civil liberties in Hong Kong. News headlines regularly scream about a new Cold War between the United States and China. Are we in a new Cold […]
I’d like to hear more on this.
Ying does a GREAT podcast on a topic that is not discussed as thoroughly as it should be by traditional media.