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Eswar Prasad, SAP

"We have been in a regime where there is a sense that cooperating with other countries weakens the U.S. She felt and acted completely differently,”...

Tamara Loos, SEAP

Tamara Loos, chair and professor in the Department of History, discusses why the current protests in Thailand are different from any the country has...

Jessica Chen Weiss, EAP

"The unchecked spread of the virus and continuing political tumult in the United States have reinforced Beijing’s view that the United States is in...

Allen Carlson, CMSP, EAP, SAP

“There is a danger that (Chinese President) Xi Jinping will see this period as one of especially pronounced American weakness and look to take...

Eswar Prasad, SAP

Eswar Prasad, professor of economics, says President Donald Trump’s denial of election results is “whipping up an extraordinary degree of uncertainty...

Eswar Prasad, SAP

"The trade pact more closely ties the economic fortunes of the signatory countries to that of China and will over time pull these countries deeper...

Mary Kate Long, SEAP

Mary Kate Long, a doctoral candidate in Asian studies, explains Sri Lanka’s decision to be the first and only Theravada Buddhist country allowing for...

Peter Katzenstein, PACS

The article notes Peter Katzenstein, professor of government, says that Trumpism is based on three pillars: nationalism, religion and race.

Jens David Ohlin, Law School

Jens David Ohlin, vice dean of the Law School and professor of law, says that the president absolving himself of his legal woes would be a “shocking”...

Kenneth Roberts, LASP

"Can these different social groups that are becoming activated, that are engaged in the public arena through protests – can the [Peruvian people] take...