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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...

Victor Nee, EAP

Victor Nee (EAP) publishes new research about immigration. “This is the first time it’s been carefully documented that the economic institutions of...

Magnus Fiskesjö, EAP, SEAP, PACS

Magnus Fiskesjö, (EAP, SEAP, PACS) associate professor in anthropology, writes this opinion piece about the seizing of Swedish citizen Gui Minhai from...

Qi Wang, EAP

"If people want to remember personal experiences, the best way is to put them online,” said lead author Qi Wang, PhD, EAP professor of human...

Allen Carlson, EAP/CMSP/SAP

A conversation with Allen Carlson – associate professor in Cornell University’s Government Department and director of Cornell’s China and Asia Pacific...

Eswar Prasad, SAP

"What I think has really helped is China has used that stimulus judiciously in tandem with effective virus control,” says Eswar Prasad, professor of...

Scholarship Undeterred by the Pandemic

Congratulations to all of our EAP Fellowship recipients - EAP is proud to support their research and acknowledge their focus and determination to make...

Ecuador, Ghana, and Beyond: Einaudi's Virtual Interns

Tapping worldwide connections, the Einaudi Center matched dozens of students with paid summer internships and research in their fields.

Jessica Chen Weiss, EAP

“I think this sentiment is likely to persist because of longer-term trends in China toward growing repression,” says Jessica Chen Weiss.