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Between Arming and Disarming: The Culture and Politics of Private Gun Ownership in Modern China


University of Michigan's Center for Chinese Studies presents a talk on the nuances, current and historical, that surround gun ownership in China.

China and the Caucasus: New Partnerships and Regional Implications

The panel by the Columbia University Weatherhead East Asian Institute brings together a distinguished group of academics and political observers of the Caucasus to analyze China’s regional priorities and emerging strategy.

The Chinese Revolution and Military Mobilization: Reexamining Modern China through Armies and Regional Societies

The Harvard Yenching Institute presents "The Chinese Revolution and Military Mobilization: Reexamining Modern China through Armies and Regional Societies", a discussion on September 29 from 12:00-1:30pm.

The Politics of Nuclear Energy in China

UC Berkeley presents a guest lecture by Professor Xu Yi-chong on nuclear energy in China.

China's New Media Dilemma: The Profit in Online Dissent

Has the debate over the role of new communications technology in China's political system really been decided?

China’s New Silk Road Strategy and India’s Options: Competitive Cooperation?

In this seminar Dr. Ajay Chhibber will attempt to discuss India’s options to collaborate with China at the event of the formation of new financial institutions and how should India engage with China’s new Silk Road strategy.

South China Sea: Conflict or Cooperation?

The USC U.S.-China Institute presents a discussion of key issues involving the South China Sea and its disputed islands.

Cadres, Guns, and Money: Chinese Assistance to Democratic Kampuchea, 1975-1979

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies presents a lunchtime talk with Andrew Mertha.

Strait Talk: US-Taiwan Relations and the Crisis with China

University of Pennsylvania's Center for East Asian Studies presents a talk by Nancy Tucker on the nature of US commitments to Taiwan, the intentions of critical actors, the impact of democracy, the role of lobbying, and the accelerating difficulty of balancing Taiwan against China.

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