Faculty Fellow Josh Eisenman releases new article in The Washington Post

Nov 15, 2018
Faculty Fellow Josh Eisenman releases new article in The Washington Post

In yesterday's Monkey Cage, Eisenman offers analysis on China's Reform and Opening Up policies supported by his own research on the political economy of China's development.

Clements Center scholars cited in this week's media coverage of the growing threat posed by China’s global ambitions

Sep 28, 2018

Executive Director Will Inboden and Faculty Fellow Josh Eisenman were referenced in The Richmond Times-Dispatch and The Washington Post (respectively) for their perspectives on the threat from China's hegemonic aspirations.

The Commune Revisited: WSJ reviews Faculty Fellow Joshua Eisenman's new book

Aug 29, 2018

Eisenman offers a provocative thesis on how combined economic reform and ideological alignment spurred Mao's collective economy in the 1970's.  

 

Will Pope Francis Surrender to China?

Feb 15, 2018

In an article for Foreign Policy, CC Executive Director Will Inboden discusses the current negotiations between the Chinese government and the Vatican and explains the historical context and significance of an agreement. 

China Steps Out: Beijing's Major Power Engagement with the Developing World

Aug 09, 2017

CC Faculty Fellow Josh Eisenman co-edits new book on Chinese strategy in the developing world.

China’s New Silk Road Is Getting Muddy

Jan 09, 2017

Faculty Fellow and LBJ Professor, Joshua Eisenman, writes for Foreign Policy about the potential pitfalls of China's new 'One Belt, One Road' (OBOR) initiative.