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Foreign affairs
Renowned China experts join SAIS
Published June 12, 2024
Jessica Chen Weiss, Jeremy Wallace will join a new SAIS institute designed to foster deeper understanding and informed policymaking on the evolving role of China in the world
Understanding the Taiwan elections
Published Jan 19, 2024
Tensions were already heightened between mainland China and Taiwan before the polls opened on Jan. 13. With the results in, what's the next chapter in this complex story?
Is panda diplomacy over?
Published Nov 8, 2023
For the first time in over 50 years, the panda enclosure at the National Zoo will be empty. What does that mean for U.S.-China relations?
An end to Hong Kong as we know it?
Published July 4, 2020
Beijing enacts new security law aimed at stamping out opposition to ruling communist party, extinguishing business interests and fragile democratic freedoms along with it
East Asia responses offer mixed lessons
Published May 13, 2020
How COVID-19 has been handled in South Korea, Taiwan, China, Singapore, and Japan are a reflection of key capabilities in some countries, erosion of civil liberties in others
Hopkins-Nanjing Center delays on-site programming
Published Feb 6, 2020
Center run jointly by SAIS and Nanjing University to start spring semester virtually later this month amid China coronavirus outbreak
Senior named Schwarzman Scholar
Published Dec 4, 2017
Public health studies major Trevor Wrobleski to pursue master's at Beijing's Tsinghua University
South China Sea gamble
Published Jan 3, 2017
China's military build-up could turn it into 'regional policeman,' JHU PhD candidate writes / The National Interest
30 years at the forefront
Published June 16, 2016
Trailblazing Hopkins-Nanjing Center celebrates anniversary
Intimate windows
Published Fall 2014
Val Wang, A&S '03 (MFA) recounts the years she spent as a young journalist in China in her debut memoir, Beijing Bastard. / Johns Hopkins Magazine