"Sheena Greitens, associate professor at the University of Texas, Austin, was quick to point out that even a crimes against humanity designation puts China in the company of North Korea, and that 'no one should read this as any kind of exoneration.'"
“It seems like the administration has tried to keep a clear, consistent tone in terms of being really upfront about the range of US concerns vis-à-vis Beijing’s behavior and about the competitive nature of the relationship overall, and the call reflects that,” said Sheena Greitens in the latest from Vox on the new administration's China-Russia tactics.
On January 28, Clements Center Faculty Fellow Sheena Greitens will be testifying before the U.S. Congress China Commission at the hearing on "U.S.-China Relations at the Chinese Communist Party’s Centennial" on Trends in China’s Politics, Economics, and Security Policy.
Sheena Greitens sounds off in "To cancel or not?: IOC, Japan press ahead with Tokyo Games" published in the AP: “I think it highly likely that China will frame the Winter Games ... in terms of China’s successful model of pandemic management and global health leadership”... “I would think that Japanese leaders would be keen to exercise their leadership and burnish their image globally — especially if it can be presented as leading the way into some kind of post-COVID era.”
Clements Center Faculty Fellow Sheena Greitens sits down with Eric Gomez of the CATO Institute and geopolitics author Robert D. Kaplan to discuss Taiwan's defense against the Peoples Republic of China after they stated that Taiwan will return to them by 2049 in "Could China Conquer Taiwan?".
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