Within a few short years of its founding, the Stanford China Program has established a reputation as one of the top research programs in the country focusing on contemporary China. Read more »
The East China Sea has developed into an area of tension, driven by the larger strategic rivalry between China and Japan. Andrew Erickson and Richard Bush explored these dynamics through recent lectures that are part of two seminar series at Shorenstein APARC this quarter.
After the Third Plenum meeting in Beijing last November, China indicated changes to its economic and security policy. Now the challenge is determining how the Chinese government will attempt its directives. Barry J. Naughton visits to consider this question during the first seminar in the SCP series â€śChina under Xi Jinping."