Author: Sheri Martin

Sheri Martin is a researcher at the National Bureau of Asian Research in Seattle, Washington. She received her master’s degree in political science from Johns-Hopkins University SAIS program. Before moving to the Northwest, she lived in Beijing and Nanjing and contributed to the Insider’s Guide to Beijing.

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Posing Questions about the New US President

Southern Weekly outdid itself in promoting US-China understanding this week. They hosted a Q&A panel– composed of six American intellectuals and one Chinese- about the direction President Barack Obama will take US foreign policy. The Americans include renown political scientists from Brookings Institution, Center for Naval Analyses, Center for Strategic and

November 6, 2008 11:41 PM

Jiang Haiyan: Did the Olympics Bring About the Cancellation of Aid Awarded to China?

In this piece from Caijing Magazine, Jiang Haiyan channels the voice of Vice-Secretary of China Development Research Foundation, Tang Min, to explain what the discontinuation of foreign aid means to China. Min says it’s unsurprising that countries such as England and Germany are talking about discontinuing aid to China. Although the discontinuation comes up following the

October 17, 2008 5:14 PM