Dispatches: October 2019
Dispatches is the monthly newsletter of the Asia Program.
Announcing the Wilson China Fellowship
The Asia Program is pleased to announce the establishment of the Wilson China Fellowship, an initiative designed to build bridges between academia and policy while supporting a new generation of American scholarship on China.
The Wilson China Fellowship will support American citizens who have received a Ph.D. in the last ten years who seek to conduct new and original pieces of research that improve understanding of the role China is playing in the Indo-Pacific, its relations with its neighbors and the United States, and its impact on peace and security issues.
Find out more about the program by visiting our website: http://www.wilsoncenter.org/chinafellowship.
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North Korean Missile Delivers a Message: There's Little Japan Can Do
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Who Controls the Past Controls the Future: The political use of WWII history in Russia & China
Japan's Global Economic Leadership Beyond the G20
What Do U.S.-China Tensions Mean for India?
Voting in a Hybrid Regime: Bangladesh's 2018 Elections and Implications for Politics in Bangladesh and Beyond
Myths and Realities of Japan's Security Policy
Democracy and Human Rights in South Asia: The Inaugural Asma Jahangir Memorial Lecture
Wilson Center in Taiwan
Wilson Center delegation led by former Deputy Secretary of State John Negroponte recently traveled to Taipei for a series of meetings, including conversations with President Tsai Ing-Win and Mayor Han Kuo-yo, her challenger in the upcoming election.
The group included Abraham Denmark, Shihoko Goto, Robert Daly, Matthew Rojansky, Elbridge Colby, and Tony Fratto.
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