The Micro-Foundations of Capitalism
China 21
by UC San Diego School of Global Policy & Strategy (GPS)
8M ago
In this episode, UC San Diego Professor Barry Naughton talks globalization and economic development in China, Russia and India ..read more
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Retrofitting Lenism - Dimitar Gueorguiev and Harris Doshay
China 21
by UC San Diego School of Global Policy & Strategy (GPS)
9M ago
21CCC Assistant Director Harris Doshay sits down with Syracuse Associate Professor and UCSD Alum Dimitar Gueorguiev to discuss his latest book, Retrofitting Leninism. In it, they explore the logic of popular participation in authoritarian regimes and the ongoing struggles faced by the CCP ..read more
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The DOJ's China Initiative: Where it went wrong, and why - Susan Shirk and Carol Lam
China 21
by Susan Shirk, Carol Lam, Harris Doshay
11M ago
Susan Shirk, Chair of the 21st Century China Center, and former U.S. Attorney Carol Lam sit down to discuss the ways the China Initiative, from flaws in its inception to views towards the future of DOJ espionage prosecutions ..read more
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Xinjiang from Qing to Xi - James Millward & Micah Muscolino
China 21
by UC San Diego School of Global Policy & Strategy (GPS)
11M ago
Micah Muscolino interviews James Millward, a leading scholar on China and Central Asia at Georgetown University. They connect the history of Xinjiang in the Qing Empire, to assimilationist policies and terrorism of the 2000s, and to present day large-scale repression and cultural genocide of Uighurs under Xi Jinping.   This episode is adapted from the China Throughlines web series, which features UC San Diego’s China historians in conversation with their colleagues on the echos and connectedness of China’s storied past to the twenty-first century.   James A. Millward is Professor of ..read more
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Epidemic Control & Medical Diplomacy - Mary Brazelton & Micah Muscolino
China 21
by UC San Diego School of Global Policy & Strategy (GPS)
11M ago
This episode is an extended interview adapted from the China Throughlines web series, which features UC San Diego’s China historians in conversation with their colleagues on the echos and connectedness of China’s storied past to the twenty-first century. Mary Augusta Brazelton is University Lecturer in Global Studies of Science, Technology and Medicine at the University of Cambridge. Her book, Mass Vaccination: Citizens' Bodies and State Power in Modern China, examines the history of mass immunization in twentieth-century China. She earned her PhD in History from Yale University and have taugh ..read more
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Remembering June 4 - Perry Link & Paul Pickowicz
China 21
by UC San Diego School of Global Policy & Strategy (GPS)
11M ago
The 21st Century China Center is premiering a new web series: "China Throughlines" - featuring UC San Diego’s China historians in conversation with their colleagues on the echos and connectedness of China’s storied past to the twenty-first century. In this audo excerpt from the pilot episode, Paul Pickowicz interviews Perry Link, esteemed cross-disciplinary China scholar and translator of the Tiananmen Papers. The memory of the tragic and pivotal date of June 4th 1989 or simply 六四, is still the subject of intense debate, censorship, and protest - especially in Hong Kong. Web series host: Paul ..read more
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Rural China Copes with Covid-19 - Scott Rozelle
China 21
by UC San Diego School of Global Policy & Strategy (GPS)
11M ago
Since the novel coronavirus outbreak in the megacity of Wuhan in December 2019, lockdowns were also implemented across China’s vast countryside, home to more than 700 million people. Dr. Scott Rozelle, senior fellow at Stanford University FSI and co-director of the Rural Education Action Program, presents his latest study to assess the effects of local and nationwide disease control measures on the economy, social life and health of China’s rural population. This was recorded from a May 6th webinar, to view the full presentation, visit china.ucsd.edu or via YouTube Webinar moderator: Victor ..read more
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Investing in US-China Relations - Weijian Shan and James Kralik
China 21
by UC San Diego School of Global Policy & Strategy (GPS)
11M ago
As we are living through a historic pandemic and ever more turbulent U.S.-China relations, we revisit a conversation recorded at our last public lecture right before the lockdown. 21st Century China Board Chair James Kralik interviews investor and best-selling author Weijian Shan about his memoir of living through the trauma and turmoil of Mao’s Cultural Revolution to become one of Asia’s most successful financiers, and how to move forward on constructive U.S.-China relations. Watch Shan’s full presentation for the So Kwan Lok Distinguished Lecture series on china.ucsd.edu Weijian Shan is chai ..read more
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Lessons from 1989 - Wang Dan and Victor Shih
China 21
by UC San Diego School of Global Policy & Strategy (GPS)
11M ago
Wang Dan 王丹 speaks with Victor Shih on the lessons from the 1989 student democracy movement. They discuss Wang’s journey as a young student leading up to the Tiananmen Square protests and his life since. Wang describes his mission for Dialogue China - and the discussions he’s fostering about prospects of political reform and preparing citizens for potential crisis at the Chinese Communist Party. In 1987, Wang Dan was admitted into Peking University. In school, Wang hosted the “Democracy Salon” regularly. In 1989, he participated and organised the 1989 democracy movement, and was one of the peo ..read more
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Interpreting the Xi Dynasty - Geremie Barmé & Susan Shirk
China 21
by UC San Diego School of Global Policy & Strategy (GPS)
11M ago
Geremie Barmé is an esteemed historian, journalist, translator and film-maker. He spoke at UC San Diego in January on resistance movements in two Chinese cities - the case of Tsinghua Prof. Xu Zhangrun’s 許章潤 dissent, and the protests in Hong Kong. Prof. Barmé is the editor of China Heritage, a journal devoted to Chinese history, literature, and thought. Previously, he founded The Australian Centre on China in the World at The Australian National University. Prof. Barmé’s prolific writings provide a rich lens into China for English language audiences. His work can be found at chinaheritage.net ..read more
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