USCNPM cited in the British Journal of Chinese Studies – ‘Against a Monolithic “Chinese Perspective” on Ukraine’
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Why Chinese Intimidation Unites South Korea but Divides Taiwan
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by Michael B. Cerny
3d ago
This analysis draws on Dr. Christopher Carothers’ recent article, “Does External Threat Unify? Chinese Pressure and Domestic Politics in Taiwan and South Korea,” in the peer-reviewed journal Foreign Policy Analysis, accessible here. Carothers is an associated scholar at the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for the Study of Contemporary China. His personal website can be found here. The majority of citizens in both South Korea and Taiwan believe that China poses a major security challenge to their country. Yet, while South Koreans are largely unified on China policy, Taiwan’s two main p ..read more
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USCNPM cited in Nature – ‘Are divisive US politics repelling international early-career scientists?’
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Public Opinion Propaganda: Be Cautious of CGTN Surveys
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by Michael B. Cerny
1w ago
Michael B. Cerny is the associate editor of the U.S.-China Perception Monitor. He received his Master of Philosophy in Politics (Comparative Government) from the University of Oxford. His views are his own.   In recent months, the Chinese Global Television Network (CGTN) has published questionable polls of global public opinion under the auspices of the CGTN Think Tank, a research organization founded by the state media outlet in December 2019. Its most recent survey—which analyzed global support for ‘China’s achievements in epidemic prevention and control over the past three ye ..read more
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TRANSLATION: The Two Courses of Action for U.S.-China Competition
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by Michael B. Cerny
1w ago
The following is a translation of Zhu Ming’s short—but insightful—commentary on Lianhe Zaobao(Zaobao Sunday), the largest Singaporean Chinese-language newspaper. Zhu, an expert on global affairs based in China, is the Vice President of the Chengdu Institute of World Affairs, a research fellow at the Charhar Institute, a visiting professor at the Tibetan University for Nationalities, and a former foreign correspondent for China Daily. The article exemplifies the mainstream perspective in China on the root cause of U.S.-China competition. To Zhu, the U.S. wants to maintain its hegemony over th ..read more
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Who is Xie Feng? China’s Next Ambassador to the U.S.
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by Emerson Tsui
2w ago
The following profile is by Emerson Tsui, an intern with the Carter Center’s China Focus. Tsui holds a Master’s Degree in International Relations from the School of Global Policy and Strategy at the University of California, San Diego.  Qin Gang was China’s shortest-serving ambassador to the U.S. He was appointed to the post in July 2021 and left Washington D.C. in late 2022 to become China’s foreign minister following the 20th Party Congress in October. Qin’s predecessor, Cui Tiankai, left in March 2021 after serving more than eight years as China’s ambassador in Washington. Qin was ..read more
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Unstoppable Force Meets Immovable Object: U.S. Multinational Firms in China and the Decoupling Debate
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by Michael B. Cerny
3w ago
This analysis draws from Jack Zhang’s recent coauthored article, ‘In the Middle: American Multinationals in China and Trade War Politics,’ in the peer-reviewed journal Business & Politics, accessible here. Zhang is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Kansas and Director of the KU Trade War Lab. His personal website can be found here. Since 2018, the U.S. and China have waged the largest trade war in era of global supply chains. Average U.S. tariff levels on Chinese goods increased over six-fold after 2018 and cover two thirds of imports. Mos ..read more
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Youth Attitudes and U.S.-China Competition: The Effect of Relative Power
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by Michael B. Cerny
1M ago
This analysis draws from Dr. Qin Pang’s coauthored article, ‘China’s Growing Power Makes Its Youth Hawkish? Evidence from the Chinese Youth’s Attitudes toward the US and Japan’, in the peer-reviewed Journal of Contemporary China, accessible here. Dr. Pang is affiliated with the the School of International Relations at Sun Yat-Sen University. She researches Chinese nationalism, China’s economic relations with East Asian countries, and China’s state-society relations.  How does China’s growing power affect the attitude of its youth toward its perceived rivals like the U.S. and Jap ..read more
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The Centrality of the U.S. in China’s Quest for Modernization
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by Yawei Liu
1M ago
This article was originally published in the China Research Center’s China Currents journal, and is republished with their permission. It is authored by Yawei Liu, the Senior Advisor on China at the Carter Center and the chief editor of the U.S.-China Perception Monitor. Historian Michael Hunt believed the relationship between the U.S. and China is different from all the other American bilateral relationships because it has been buttressed by two pillars that are still central to the American exceptionalism.  The first pillar is the missionary impulse to chan ..read more
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China’s COVID Conundrum: The Politics and Future of Zero-COVID
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The People’s Republic of China is adjusting its ‘zero-COVID’ policy following widespread demonstrations against containment measures in late November. Now, the situation appears dire as COVID-19 spreads across Beijing and other parts of the country. Beijing’s alleged failure to prepare for the relaxation of zero-COVID policies raises a number of questions. Why has it changed course following demonstrations? How long did it expect to maintain zero-COVID controls? What are the major obstacles to relaxing these policies? Why does it continue to experience deficits in preparation, such as with r ..read more
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