In the first episode of a new podcast for Asia Society, Eric Fish gathers experts’ views on...
by Paulina Hartono | Aug 12, 2010
The Economist debates whether China has a better development model than the West. Stefan Halper, Senior Fellow of Politics and International Studies at the University of Cambridge, defends the motion; Susan Shirk, Director of...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 29, 2007
In the Washington Post, John Pomfret reviews Fragile Superpower by Susan Shirk: At a time when much writing about China frothily presumes the unstoppable rise of a global titan, it is refreshing that a respected academic and former government official (Shirk was the deputy assistant secretary of state for East Asia during the second Clinton […]
by Sophie Beach | May 28, 2007
In her new book, China: Fragile Superpower: How China’s Internal Politics Could Derail Its Peaceful Rise, Susan Shirk counters the prevailing image of the Communist Party of China as a strong-armed, authoritarian regime to show a leadership that is plagued by deep-seated insecurities and fear of its own people. Shirk, who has worked as Deputy […]
by Sophie Beach | May 2, 2007
On Asia Media, James Paradise reviews China: Fragile Superpower by Susan L. Shirk: In her new book, China: Fragile Superpower, Shirk, a professor at University of California, San Diego’s Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, offers an in-depth analysis of the major forces that drive Chinese politics. Her argument is that China’s political […]
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