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Gift Honors Professor, Seeks to Broaden Connections to Asia

July 14, 2021
Yang Ni ’95 and his wife, Xiaoqing Li ’96 have donated $150,000 to establish a scholarship fund in memory of Manfred Stanley, professor emeritus of sociology. They’ve also given $350,000 to Maxwell to establish the Yang Ni and   Xiaoqing Li Endowment Fund for U.S.-China/Asia Relations to encourage greater connections between Maxwell faculty and scholars in China and Asia. 

See related: China, Giving

Lovely talks to Bloomberg about Beijing relations with Europe, US

July 9, 2021
Mary Lovely, professor of economics, discussed Beijing relations with Europe and the U.S. on 'Bloomberg Markets: China Open.' 

See related: China, Europe

Gueorguiev quoted in SCMP piece on Chinese human rights abuses, UN

July 6, 2021
Dimitar Gueorguiev, associate professor of political science, is included in the South China Morning Post article, "US agency urges UN to move on investigation of alleged human rights abuses in China." 

Steinberg discusses Biden's China policy review in National Interest

May 14, 2021
In his article, "Brace Yourself for the Outcome of Biden’s China Policy Review," published in the National Interest, University Professor James Steinberg discusses why "there are powerful reasons to sustain the One China policy, but equally powerful reasons to adapt it to meet the realities of today." 

Murrett weighs in on the size of China's naval fleet in Military Times

April 13, 2021
When it comes to fleet size, Robert Murrett, professor of practice of public administration and international affairs, says that China’s fleet largely remains in its backyard, while a good number of the U.S. force is underway around the world, making a number-to-number assessment incomplete.

See related: China

Gueorguiev discusses legacy of China's Xi Jinping in New York Times

March 3, 2021
China's leader, Xi Jinping, "strikes me as ruthless but cautious in erecting a durable personal legacy," says Dimitar Gueorguiev, assistant professor of political science.

See related: China, COVID-19, Politics

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