"The United States and China are the two most powerful and influential countries in the world, and right now, we’re at a moment when I think both countries are revisiting some major assumptions about what the U.S.-China relationship should look like," posits Sheena Greitens in the latest issue of The Catalyst. Follow the link to read the full engaging and enlightening conversation between Greitens and the Bush Center.
In this episode of Horns of a Dilemma, Clint Work of the Stimson Center and Stimson’s 38 North program hosts a discussion between Gen. Vincent Brooks, senior fellow at the Clements Center at the University of Texas at Austin, and Sheena Greitens, professor at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin, about the Korean Peninsula. This group of experts assesses the security situation on the peninsula and how it affects U.S. security. The podcast discussion is part of 38 North’s broader event series around the country focused on Korean peace and security issues.
In the Los Angeles Times article "Dreams of a Red Emperor: The relentless rise of Xi Jinping," Alice Su gives an in-depth profile on Xi Jinping. Faculty Fellow Sheena Greitens notes that Xi “does not perceive his power to be completely consolidated, even eight years in,” which could lead to a campaign for an unprecedented third term in 2022.
Sheena Chestnut Greitens, associate professor at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs and a Faculty Fellow for the Clements Center for National Security, joined the U.S. Asia Institute's podcast series "Asia Unscripted." Greitens and Laura Silver, senior researcher at Pew Research Center, discuss Pew Research Center's recently published report about American views towards China.
In Financial Times "China’s great power play puts Asia on edge" authored by James Kynge in Hong Kong, Kathrin Hille in Taipei, Christian Shepherd in Beijing and Amy Kazmin in New Delhi, Clements Center Faculty Fellow Sheena Greitens notes that “China’s foreign policy is increasingly a reflection of the attempt to seek regime security . . . at home.”
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