Interview with Ambassador Freeman on Convid – 19

Amid the outbreak of Convid-19, the US-China Perception Monitor has conducted a series of interviews on this topic. We will discuss with...

USCNPM: Kaiser Kuo on Media and Misinformation in U.S.-China Relations

Read USCNPM.org's interview with Sinica Podcast co-founder and SupChina.com editor-at-large Kaiser Kuo!

Ambassador Julia Bloch: The Last Pillar in US-China Relations

Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch was the first US ambassador of Asian descent. As the Founding President of the US-China Education Trust, she...

USCNPM: Bob Kapp on Decoupling and Economic Interdependence

Read our interview with Bob Kapp on decoupling and economic interdependence.

Bonnie Glaser: Hong Kong Human Rights Act Won’t Affect the Trade Deal

This interview was conducted jointly by Juan Zhang of the U.S.-China Perception Monitor and Shannon Tiezzi of The Diplomat, transcribed by Rob...

USCNPM: Michael Beckley on Fearing a Faltering China

Michael Beckley is an associate professor of political science at Tufts University and a Jeane Kirkpatrick Visiting Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. He recently published an article on Foreign Affairs titled “The United States Should Fear a Faltering China.”

Kerry Brown on Brexit, Trade Deal, Hong Kong and Royal Family

Kerry Brown, a former diplomat, is Professor of Chinese Studies and Director of the Lau China Institute at King's College, London. He...

Wang Peng on China-US Relations in the Xi and Trump Eras

Presidents Trump and Xi at the 2019 G20 summit. Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighea. by...

Wu Xinbo: America Cannot Afford to Forgo U.S.-China Cooperation

Wu Xinbo is the Dean of Fudan University's Institute of International Studies and Director of the Center for American Studies.

USCNPM: Interview with Professor David M. Lampton

David M. Lampton is Oksenberg-Rohlen Fellow, Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford University, and Professor Emeritus, Johns Hopkins--SAIS. 1, President Trump...

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