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    Paul Pickowicz visited China in 1971 as one of 14 American graduate students with a Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars delegation.

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    Join author Mara Hvistendahl for a discussion about her recent book on industrial espionage, the U.S. government, and China.

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    Follow Frank Langfitt around Shanghai as he offers free taxi rides in exchange for conversations about his passengers’ views of a rapidly changing China.

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    M. Taylor Fravel examines the security threats China has faced over the past 70 years, investigating how and why the country’s defense strategies have changed.

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    Protests were frequent in twentieth-century Shanghai and Bombay (known as Mumbai since 1995). Mark Frazier examines contemporary debates in both metropolises regarding informal housing, displacement of inner-city residents, job scarcity, and questions of unequal citizenship in historical context.

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    Dr. Ezra Vogel examines the long history of Sino-Japanese relations, arguing that both sides must acknowledge the other country’s grievances for their own sake, as well as for the benefit of the region and the world.

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    Matt Sheehan examines the varied, broad, and deep ties between the state of California and China to illustrate what is happening on the ground, beyond the power centers of Beijing and Washington.

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    In a new collection of interviews, Ambassador Winston Lord chronicles Dr. Kissinger’s diplomatic adventures. Understanding Dr. Kissinger’s thoughts on leadership and strategy provides a timely lens through which to view today’s challenging geopolitical landscape.

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    Dr. Nicholas R. Lardy draws upon new data to trace the impact of revived state control over China’s economy, and prospects for future growth.

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    Dr. Weijian Shan recounts his life story, which took him from a childhood in Beijing to a decade in Inner Mongolia during the Cultural Revolution, and then on to graduate school in the United States, in an extraordinary new memoir.

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    Dr. Kelly Sims Gallagher, a Tufts University professor and former U.S. climate policymaker, examines and compares how the United States and China design and implement policies to combat climate change.

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    Barbara Finamore, expert in environmental law and Chinese energy policy, explains the significance of China’s new leadership role in international efforts to combat climate change.

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    Stephen R. Platt discusses his new book, offering a unique perspective on one of the most consequential events in Chinese history.

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    Daniel Kurtz-Phelan discusses his new book and the impact of General Marshall’s mission to China on American domestic and foreign policy.

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    Carl Minzner discusses his new book and the future of China's reforms. 

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