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Nov 30, 2021

Schuman in The Atlantic: What the Peng Shuai Scandal Is Really About

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On November 30, 2021, Michael Schuman published a story in The Atlantic, “What the Peng Shuai Scandal Is Really About.” The piece explores how Beijing’s response to the scandal “undercuts its campaign to present the Chinese system as a model for the world.”

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Nov 29, 2021

Schuman on the American Foreign Policy Council’s Great Power Podcast

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On November 29, 2021, Michael Schuman was interviewed for the American Foreign Policy Council’s Great Power Podcast about “the evolution of China’s strategic culture throughout its dynastic era – and how it shapes the Chinese Communist Party’s practice of foreign policy today.”

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Nov 26, 2021

Schuman in Bloomberg Businessweek: More businesses will stand up to China after the Peng Shuai outcry

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On November 26, 2021, Michael Schuman published a piece in Bloomberg Businessweek. In light of the outcry surrounding the disappearance of Peng Shuai and response from Steve Simon, chairman and chief executive officer of the Women’s Tennis Association, Schuman argues that it is “getting harder for executives to balance supporting social causes with reaping the riches […]

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Nov 22, 2021

Shullman interviewed by Francesco Bechis in Formiche

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On November 22, 2021, Francesco Bechis interviewed David O. Shullman for Formiche about US-China relations, Taiwan, Europe’s role in the Indo-Pacific, and more.

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Nov 16, 2021

FAST THINKING: Breaking down the Biden-Xi virtual summit

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While the three-and-a-half-hour talk reportedly covered trade, Taiwan, and human rights, it produced no major breakthroughs. But that doesn’t mean it wasn’t a big deal.

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Nov 15, 2021

Shullman and Edel in the Washington Post: In the case of conflict with China, check your Cold War analogies

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On November 15, 2021, the Washington Post published an op-ed by David O. Shullman and Charles Edel, “In the case of conflict with China, check your Cold War analogies.” Shullman and Edel explore the significant national security implications of US-China Cold War analogies and ultimately conclude that, “the CCP’s methods may be different, but its […]

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Nov 15, 2021

Schuman in The Atlantic: Xi Jinping’s terrifying new China

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On November 15, 2021, Michael Schuman published a story in The Atlantic, “Xi Jinping’s terrifying new China.” He argues that the series of business regulations and restrictions on daily life in China in recent months “can be viewed as one element of Xi’s broader agenda to mold a new Chinese society that will be instilled […]

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Oct 11, 2021

Schuman in The Atlantic: Washington is getting China wrong

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On October 11, 2021, Michael Schuman published a story in The Atlantic, arguing that the Evergrande crisis “exposes the deep, dangerous, and often unrecognized weaknesses in the Chinese economy that could derail its advance and, with it, Beijing’s quest to challenge American primacy on the world stage.”

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Oct 8, 2021

Schuman in Politico: What does Xi want?

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On October 8, 2021, Michael Schuman published an article in Politico exploring the answer to the question “What does Xi want?” and identifying how it will shape “everything from how we tackle climate change to the future of technology and whether the world tumbles into another age of superpower competition.”

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Sep 28, 2021

Drun quoted in Nikkei Asia

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On September 28, 2021, Jessica Drun was quoted in an article by Erin Hale in Nikkei Asia, “Taiwan’s new Kuomintang leader keeps party on China-friendly track.” “One of the biggest struggles for the KMT is squaring the disconnect between what the CCP wants and what the Taiwanese electorate want,” said Drun. “To me, the election […]

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