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The Carnegie-Tsinghua China in the World podcast is a series of conversations between Director Paul Haenle and Chinese and international experts on China’s foreign policy, China’s international role, and China’s relations with the world, brought to y...Show More
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China-India Relations One Year After the Wuhan Summit

36:27 | May 21st

In May 2018, President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi met in Wuhan for an informal summit that many said helped reset the relationship following the Doklam crisis. In this episode, Paul Haenle spoke with Rudra Chaudhuri, director of Carn...Show More
Can China Remain Above Geopolitics in the Middle East?

17:05 | Apr 30th

As the United States reassess its involvement in the Middle East, China is stepping up its economic engagement with the region. In this podcast, Paul Haenle spoke with Marwan Muasher, vice president for Studies at the Carnegie Endowment for Internati...Show More
Reassessing China: Europe Sharpens Its Approach

35:00 | Apr 16th

In recent weeks Beijing has both won victories and suffered defeats during important summits and dialogues with France and Italy, as well as the European Union. Paul Haenle sat down with Tomas Valasek, director of Carnegie Europe, and Pierre Vimont, ...Show More
Susan Thornton on a Crisis in U.S.-China Relations

35:08 | Apr 4th

Over three years into Trump’s presidency, U.S.-China trade and economic issues remain unresolved while security concerns are creeping into the bilateral agenda. In this podcast, Paul Haenle spoke with Susan Thornton, former assistant secretary of sta...Show More
Xi's Visit to Europe and China as a "Systemic Rival"

36:45 | Mar 19th

President Xi Jinping travels to Italy and France this month for his first overseas trip of 2019. His visit comes soon after the European Commission labeled China a “systemic rival” and “economic competitor.” In this podcast, Paul Haenle spoke with Ph...Show More
Nuclear Issues in the Asia-Pacific: The Hanoi Summit and the INF Treaty

37:07 | Feb 20th

The upcoming Hanoi Summit and the United States’ withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) are two important developments in the area of nuclear arms control with significant implications for the Asia-Pacific region. In this ...Show More
The U.S.-China Economic Relationship: Engagement and Decoupling

25:52 | Jan 30th

To commemorate the fifth anniversary of the China in the World podcast, Paul Haenle is interviewing five of the most influential Chinese scholars to discuss this important inflection point in U.S.-China relations. For the fifth and final episode in t...Show More
New Summit, Old Issues: Trump-Kim Round 2

43:33 | Jan 17th

Kim Jong-un’s New Year’s address and fourth visit to Beijing quickly put Pyongyang back in the spotlight in 2019. His meeting with Xi Jinping also likely foreshadowed a meeting with President Trump in the near future. On this episode of the China in ...Show More
Graham Allison on Avoiding the Thucydides Trap

33:45 | Dec 20th, 2018

How can the United States and China peacefully manage growing bilateral competition? In this podcast, Paul Haenle spoke with Graham Allison, Douglas Dillon Professor of Government at Harvard University, on the concept of the Thucydides Trap and its r...Show More
China’s Shift to a More Assertive Foreign Policy

40:42 | Dec 7th, 2018

To commemorate the fifth anniversary of the China in the World podcast, Paul Haenle is interviewing five of the most respected Chinese international affairs scholars to discuss this important inflection point in U.S.-China relations. For the fourth e...Show More
Devising A New Formula for Global Leadership

42:55 | Nov 30th, 2018

To commemorate the fifth anniversary of the China in the World podcast, Paul Haenle is interviewing five of the most respected Chinese international affairs scholars to discuss this important inflection point in U.S.-China relations. For the third ep...Show More
Sources of Competition in U.S.-China Relations

44:52 | Nov 21st, 2018

To commemorate the 5th anniversary of the China in the World podcast, Paul Haenle is interviewing five of the most respected Chinese international affairs scholars to discuss this important inflection point in U.S.-China relations. For the second epi...Show More
Managing a Fragile Transition in U.S.-China Relations

35:42 | Nov 16th, 2018

To commemorate the 5th anniversary of the China in the World podcast, Paul Haenle is interviewing five of the most respected Chinese international affairs scholars to discuss U.S.-China relations at an important inflection point. For the first episod...Show More
U.S.-China Relations Following the Midterms and Ahead of the G20

32:52 | Nov 9th, 2018

Do the U.S. midterm election results have implications for the U.S.-China relationship? In this podcast, Paul Haenle spoke with Douglas H. Paal, vice president for studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, about the midterm elections...Show More
U.S.-China-Russia Cooperation in Mitigating Nuclear Threats

40:44 | Oct 31st, 2018

In this episode, Tong Zhao spoke with Richard Weitz, senior fellow and director of the Center for Political-Military Analysis at the Hudson Institute, about U.S., Chinese and Russian perspectives on nuclear arms control and its relevance to denuclear...Show More
Is the U.S. Driving China and Russia Together?

34:01 | Oct 25th, 2018

As U.S. relations with China and Russia deteriorate under the Trump administration, bilateral relations between Moscow and Beijing grow stronger. In this podcast, Paul Haenle spoke with Dmitri Trenin and Alexander Gabuev, director of and senior fello...Show More
A Perfect Storm in U.S.-China Relations?

46:51 | Oct 19th, 2018

Disagreements between the U.S. and China have the potential to reshape the long-term trajectory of the bilateral relationship. In this podcast, Paul Haenle spoke with Daniel Russel, former assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affai...Show More
How Can China Address Global Concerns over its Trade and Economic Policies

39:06 | Oct 12th, 2018

One week after Vice President Pence’s Hudson Institute speech, Paul Haenle spoke with professor Da Wei, assistant president and professor at the University of International Relations in Beijing, to understand China’s reaction to the speech and discus...Show More
The U.S. and China as Peer Competitors in the Indo-Pacific

33:57 | Sep 28th, 2018

The Trump administration has taken a more confrontational approach to bilateral relations with China, implementing tariffs on nearly half of all Chinese exports to the United States and treating Beijing as a strategic competitor across many aspects o...Show More
Paul Haenle and Kaiser Kuo on DPRK Diplomacy and U.S.-China Relations

1:02:59 | Sep 13th, 2018

In this episode of the China in the World podcast, Paul Haenle joined Kaiser Kuo, editor-at-large of SupChina, to discuss next steps for DPRK diplomacy and tensions between the United States and China over trade, Taiwan, and the Belt and Road Initiat...Show More
China and the U.S. Nuclear Posture Review

39:17 | Sep 3rd, 2018

The release of the Trump Administration’s Nuclear Posture Review earlier this year emphasized the growing threat of nuclear competition in the Asia-Pacific, specifically with reference to Russia, North Korea, and China. In this podcast, Tong Zhao sat...Show More
Technology and Innovation in an Era of U.S.-China Strategic Competition

23:25 | Aug 9th, 2018

China has taken significant steps to implement national strategies and encourage investment aimed at surpassing the U.S. in high-tech fields like artificial intelligence. In this podcast, Paul Haenle sat down with Elsa Kania, Adjunct Fellow at the Ce...Show More
U.S.-China Tensions over Trade and Technology

26:04 | Jul 19th, 2018

Trade tensions between the U.S. and China continue to escalate, accentuating disagreements on economic policy and fueling competition over emerging technologies. In this podcast, Paul Haenle sat down with Chen Dingding, professortch of International ...Show More
Paul Triolo on Made in China 2025

17:05 | Jun 28th, 2018

China’s “Made in China 2025” policy to upgrade its industry plays a central role in the ongoing U.S.-China trade tensions. Paul Haenle sat down with Paul Triolo, practice head of Geo-technology at the Eurasia Group, to discuss how the initiative impa...Show More
Ambassador Chris Hill on the Trump-Kim Summit

43:18 | Jun 10th, 2018

On June 12th President Donald Trump and Kim Jung-un will sit down for a historic summit at Sentosa Island in Singapore. The summit follows a year of rapid change on the Korean peninsula as North Korea accelerated the development of its nuclear weapon...Show More
Ambassador William J. Burns on a World in Transition

22:14 | Jun 6th, 2018

Ambassador William J. Burns served for over three decades at the highest levels of the U.S. government shaping U.S. foreign policy through significant international moments. Now, as president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Ambassa...Show More
Resetting China-India Relations in Wuhan

22:30 | May 23rd, 2018

Following a year marked by mounting tensions between China and India, President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi met in Wuhan for an informal summit in April to reset the relationship. On the heels of their meeting, Paul Haenle sat down wi...Show More
What Comes Next: The Panmunjom Summit

44:55 | May 3rd, 2018

Kim Jong-un became the first North Korean leader to step foot in South Korea at the Panmunjom Summit in April 2018, setting the stage for President Trump’s meeting with Kim in June. Just days after the summit, Paul Haenle spoke with Dr. Tong Zhao, a ...Show More
The Rise of Populism and Implications for China

22:33 | Apr 23rd, 2018

The rise of populism in Europe and United States has had a pronounced impact on domestic politics and foreign policy, as seen in Brexit and the election of Donald Trump. In this podcast, Paul Haenle sat down with Thomas Carothers, Senior Vice Preside...Show More
Putin’s Fourth Term

39:53 | Apr 3rd, 2018

Vladimir Putin was elected to his fourth term as president of Russia on March 18, 2018. His continued leadership has important implications for the international community, including China. On this episode of the China in the World Podcast, Paul Haen...Show More
Shifting European Perceptions of China

23:13 | Mar 13th, 2018

The rise of China and the election of Donald Trump have had major implications for Europe’s strategic outlook. European nations increasingly need to balance both the benign opportunities and malign consequences of increased Chinese investment and inf...Show More
Jia Qingguo on the North Korean Nuclear Dilemma Pt. II

23:43 | Feb 23rd, 2018

Changes in regional politics around the North Korea issue, including growing speculation about a preemptive U.S. strike on North Korea and a warming in North-South relations ahead of the PyeongChang Olympics have generated new debates in China on its...Show More
Jia Qingguo on the North Korean Nuclear Dilemma Pt. I

23:46 | Feb 5th, 2018

Changes in regional politics around the North Korea issue, including growing speculation about a preemptive U.S. strike on North Korea and a warming in North-South relations ahead of the PyeongChang Olympics have generated new debates in China on its...Show More
The 100th Episode: Stephen Hadley on New Realities in the U.S.-China Relationship

37:29 | Jan 18th, 2018

In 2013 on the first episode of the China in the World Podcast, Paul Haenle spoke with Stephen Hadley, former national security advisor to President George W. Bush, about the potential for a “new type of great power relations” between the United Stat...Show More
Former U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker on Commercial Diplomacy with China

30:20 | Jan 8th, 2018

As the chief commercial advocate for US businesses in the policymaking process, the Commerce department plays a crucial role in the U.S.-China trade and economic relationship. In the 99th episode of the China of the World Podcast, Paul Haenle spoke w...Show More
Jake Sullivan on U.S. Global Leadership

33:07 | Dec 20th, 2017

Power in the world is increasingly being measured and exercised in economic terms with China and other significant countries already treating economic power as a core part of their statecraft. But Jake Sullivan, a former senior official in the Obama ...Show More
Breaking Down Trump’s Visit to Asia

37:05 | Dec 1st, 2017

What is the future of geopolitics and U.S. engagement in the Asia-Pacific following President Donald Trump’s first official state visit to the region? In this podcast, Paul Haenle sat down with Daniel Russel, former special assistant to President Oba...Show More
The North Korean Nuclear Threat: The View From Beijing

17:35 | Nov 17th, 2017

North Korea was atop the list of priorities for President Donald Trump during his first visit to China, but it remains to be seen how much substantive progress was made on bringing parties closer to dialogue toward the denuclearization of the Korean ...Show More
Yukon Huang on Why Conventional Economic Wisdom on China is Wrong

21:18 | Oct 20th, 2017

Despite intense scrutiny and analysis surrounding China’s economy, there is still no consensus on how best to understand China’s increasingly complex markets. How should we view China’s economy and what are key indicators for its future development? ...Show More
Will China Change Its Approach to North Korea

47:17 | Sep 27th, 2017

A fierce debate is raging in China over the best policy for dealing with North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs. Recent rhetoric between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jung-un, in which both men publicly attacked and sham...Show More
Approaching China’s “Red Line” on North Korea

40:01 | Sep 22nd, 2017

What are Chinese “red lines” when it comes to the Korean Peninsula? What further actions by Pyongyang might lead China to fundamentally shift its approach to one that involves more comprehensive pressure and sanctions, such as a complete oil embargo?...Show More
Cyber Norms in US-China Relations

15:28 | Sep 15th, 2017

The United States and China agreed in 2015 that neither government would support or conduct cyber-enabled theft of intellectual property, and committed to working with international partners to identify appropriate norms in cyberspace. Both countrie...Show More
Yukon Huang on the U.S. Trade Deficit with China

22:03 | Aug 23rd, 2017

A positive relationship between the United States and China, the world’s two largest economies, is crucial for promoting global growth and development. The bilateral relationship, however, has become increasingly fraught by disagreements over what a...Show More
An “Alternative Future” for the Korean Peninsula

18:43 | Jul 24th, 2017

Despite widespread international condemnation of North Korea’s recent inter-continental ballistic missile test, strategic distrust and misperceptions continue to impede deeper cooperation between the United States and China on the nuclear issue. In t...Show More
Differing Perceptions in U.S.-China Relations

20:49 | Jun 29th, 2017

The United States and China have found areas for cooperation on global issues in recent years, including on the Paris Climate Agreement, the Iran nuclear deal, and global pandemics. Despite these successes, relations remain hindered by systematic mis...Show More
Are China’s New Naval Capabilities a Game Changer?

16:45 | Jun 16th, 2017

As the post-World War II order adjusts to a rising China, America’s predominance in the Asia-Pacific faces new challenges. Over the past five years, China has substantially built up its navy and demonstrated more assertive behavior toward its territo...Show More
What Do Trump’s Views on Europe Mean for China?

29:25 | May 24th, 2017

President Trump will travel to Europe in May for his first time since taking office to meet with EU leaders, attend a NATO meeting, and visit the organization’s headquarters in Brussels. Although he has walked back some of his more extreme criticism...Show More
Evaluating Trump’s First 100 Days

25:38 | May 11th, 2017

One hundred days into Donald Trump’s presidency, he has shocked the establishment and foreign governments with many foreign policy reversals, and also some surprising areas of consistency. In this podcast, Paul Haenle sat down with Jon Finer, former...Show More
India Finds Its Place in a Trump World Order

16:49 | Apr 27th, 2017

This fall, China and India’s leaders will meet during the 9th Annual BRICS Summit in Xiamen. The meeting comes on the heels of a tense year for the two countries, as long-simmering border disputes reignited and China blocked India's bid to join the n...Show More
What Happened at Mar-A-Lago?

39:08 | Apr 14th, 2017

One week before their first in-person meeting, President Trump told the Twitter world that he expected the dialogue with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping to be "a very difficult one" unless China was prepared to make major concessions on issues lik...Show More
Ashley Tellis on Trump and Xi’s First Meeting

22:49 | Apr 6th, 2017

All eyes are on Mar-a-lago this week, where Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Donald Trump will meet for their first time. The summit is expected to be heavy on symbolism rather than on concrete deliverables, but the ability to set a p...Show More
Trump's First Test: Asia with Michael Green Pt. 2

22:40 | Mar 29th, 2017

While President Trump appoints new officials to his administration and reviews policy frameworks, Asia-Pacific leaders are moving ahead. Since taking office, Trump has grappled with consequential developments in the region from North Korea's ballisti...Show More
Trump's First Test: Asia with Michael Green Pt. 1

28:48 | Mar 24th, 2017

While President Trump appoints new officials to his administration and reviews policy frameworks, Asia-Pacific leaders are moving ahead. Since taking office, Trump has grappled with consequential developments in the region from North Korea's ballisti...Show More
What Would Closer U.S.-Russia Relations Mean for China?

20:12 | Mar 9th, 2017

The Trump administration has spurred a debate in the United States on how to best manage the complex bilateral relationship with Russia. Paul Haenle sat down with Carnegie scholars Andrew Weiss, Paul Stronski, and Alexander Gabuev on the sidelines o...Show More
Paul Haenle on U.S.-China Relations in the Trump Administration

24:04 | Feb 22nd, 2017

The U.S.-China relationship is pivotal to the world order. U.S. President Donald Trump has repeatedly criticized China during his campaign and since his inauguration. Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy Director Paul Haenle sat down with Tom C...Show More
Quick Take: Trump Will Honor US "One China" Policy

16:21 | Feb 10th, 2017

Dr. Evan Medeiros, former NSC Senior Director for Asian Affairs under the Obama administration, and Paul Haenle, former NSC China Director under the George W. Bush administration, pick apart the significance of President Trump's phone call to Chinese...Show More
China’s North Korea Calculus under Trump

48:39 | Feb 10th, 2017

Two weeks into President Trump’s first term, the White House has launched a review of its North Korea policy. Dealing with the threat from Pyongyang's missile launches and nuclear weapons program is likely to top the administration's security agenda ...Show More
Chen Dingding on U.S.–China Relations Pt. 2

15:28 | Jan 23rd, 2017

In the wake of Donald Trump's inauguration, uncertainty looms over the future of U.S China policy. In part two of this two-part podcast, Paul Haenle spoke with Chen Dingding, an international relations professor at Jinan University and Founding Direc...Show More
U.S.–China Relations Leading Up to Trump’s Inauguration Pt. 1

19:53 | Jan 6th, 2017

As Donald Trump’s inauguration approaches, uncertainty looms over the future of U.S China policy. In part one of this two-part podcast, Paul Haenle spoke with Chen Dingding, an international relations professor at Jinan University and Founding Direct...Show More
China’s Growing Role in Battling Climate Change

30:30 | Dec 19th, 2016

With the United States leadership role in the fight against climate change now being called into question, China has found itself in the unique position of being a global leader of the cause. In this podcast, non-resident Carnegie-Tsinghua Scholar Wa...Show More
U.S.-China Trade Relations in the Trump era

27:39 | Nov 23rd, 2016

Donald Trump’s election promises to inject greater uncertainty and contention into the trade and investment relationship between the United States and China. In this podcast, Paul Haenle spoke with Claire Reade, a senior associate with the Freeman Ch...Show More
Electing Donald Trump: The View from China

29:06 | Nov 10th, 2016

Donald Trump's election in the 2016 U.S. presidential race ushers in a period of considerable uncertainty in regard to the future of U.S. policies in the Asia-Pacific and vis-a-vis its relationship with China. In this podcast, Paul Haenle spoke with ...Show More
Law of the Sea and the US Elections with John Bellinger

27:57 | Oct 26th, 2016

The South China Sea has been a central point of tension in the U.S.-China relationship under the Obama administration. In this podcast, Paul Haenle speaks with John Bellinger, the most senior international lawyer in the George W. Bush administration,...Show More
Adm. Roughead: What's Next on North Korea & the South China Sea?

20:21 | Sep 27th, 2016

Paul Haenle and Adm. Roughead discuss what the US should do to enforce the tribunal ruling on the South China Sea and why North Korea's latest nuclear and ballistic missile tests are so significant.
America's Future in the Asia-Pacific Following the G20

28:25 | Sep 12th, 2016

Carnegie-Tsinghua Director Paul Haenle speaks with Dr. Michael J. Green, senior vice president for Asia and Japan Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, on topics such as the successes and failures of Obama's most recent trip to...Show More
Uncertainty in China-Europe Relations

15:33 | Jun 28th, 2016

Carnegie-Tsinghua Director Paul Haenle speaks with Carnegie non-resident senior associate Francois Godemont about China's relations with Europe.
View from Moscow: China's Westward March

20:15 | May 30th, 2016

Speaking from the 3rd annual Carnegie Global Dialogue in Beijing, China, Carnegie-Tsinghua's Paul Haenle speaks with Carnegie Moscow's Dmitri Trenin about China-Russia relations.
Douglas Paal on China

14:53 | May 12th, 2016

Carnegie Endowment Vice President for Asian Studies Douglas Paal discusses the current international environment informing US foreign policy, developments in cross-Strait relations, and prospects for US policy toward China in the next administration.
China's relations with a "Strategic Europe"

23:57 | Apr 21st, 2016

Carnegie-Tsinghua's Paul Haenle speaks with the Director of Carnegie Europe, Dr. Jan Techau, about the future of the European Union, China-EU relations, and how the US factors into the dynamic.
Former Amb Stapleton Roy on U.S.-China Relations

22:27 | Mar 28th, 2016

As part of Carnegie's annual Global Dialogue in Beijing, former U.S. Ambassador to China, J. Stapleton Roy, joins CTC Director Paul Haenle to speak about U.S.-China relations and the South China Sea.
China-EU Trade and Economic Relations

17:22 | Feb 5th, 2016

A conversation with the President of the European Union's Chamber of Commerce in China, Joerg Wuttke, about EU-China trade and investment.
Is China's Belt and Road A Strategy?

22:23 | Jan 20th, 2016

Paul Haenle speaks with Professor Xie Tao about China's Belt and Road Initiative.
The 2016 Taiwan Elections with Dr. Shelley Rigger

20:57 | Jan 3rd, 2016

Paul Haenle talks to leading Taiwan expert Dr. Shelley Rigger about the upcoming elections in Taiwan and what the outcomes will mean for Taiwan, cross-strait relations, and US-China relations.
China-India Nuclear Relations

27:26 | Dec 22nd, 2015

Nuclear balance is a pillar of security in the Indo-Pacific region. China has continued to improve its second-strike deterrent capabilities. Meanwhile, India has gained greater access to foreign nuclear materials and technology to build a more advanc...Show More
Chinese Leadership on Climate Change Ahead of Paris

24:53 | Nov 4th, 2015

Carnegie-Tsinghua Resident Scholar Dr. Wang Tao analyzes the new announcements on climate change cooperation made during President Xi's state visit to the U.S. in September 2015, and what they mean for COP21 in Paris in December.
Xi Jinping's State Visit to the US with Evan Medeiros

13:27 | Sep 20th, 2015

Dr. Evan Medeiros, President Obama's former senior director for Asian Affairs on the National Security Council, joins Paul Haenle to discuss the state of US-China relations and expectations for President Xi's first state visit to Washington on Septem...Show More
What's going on with China's economy? Part 2

06:45 | Aug 19th, 2015

Carnegie Endowment Senior Associate Yukon Huang explains what was behind the yearlong surge and June 2015 crash of the Chinese stock market, and the broader disconnect between the Chinese stock market and its economic fundamentals. Part 2 of 3
What caused the Chinese stock market crash? Part 1 of 3

11:19 | Aug 3rd, 2015

Carnegie Endowment Senior Associate Yukon Huang explains what was behind the yearlong surge and June 2015 crash of the Chinese stock market, and the broader disconnect between the Chinese stock market and its economic fundamentals. Part 1 of 3
How China’s Rise Affects Its Neighbors (Part 2)

26:18 | Jul 21st, 2015

In the second half of this two-part podcast, Garver provides a historical overview of U.S. strategic objectives in the Pacific and highlights how they are shaping U.S.-China relations today. He also discusses the implications of Xi Jinping’s proposal...Show More
How China’s Rise Affects Its Neighbors (Part 1)

28:42 | Jul 7th, 2015

China’s foreign policy has shifted in recent years from a low-profile approach to a more proactive one. This change is evident in China’s growing diplomatic, economic, and military influence. John Garver and Tong Zhao discuss China’s emerging role in...Show More
Petcoke and China's Efforts to Combat Air Pollution

14:54 | Jun 23rd, 2015

Petroleum coke, or petcoke, is a byproduct of the petroleum refining process that produces more greenhouse gas emissions than coal or natural gas. Paul Haenle and Wang Tao discussed how the substance, which is used to generate power and manufacture a...Show More
China-Russia relations after Ukraine

26:18 | May 26th, 2015

Carnegie Moscow Director Dmitri Trenin talks about warming China-Russia relations after the Ukraine crisis.
Regional Security Challenges and U.S. Nuclear Posture

23:00 | May 18th, 2015

In this podcast, Tong Zhao and Matthew Kroenig discuss U.S. policy options in the event that nuclear negotiations with Iran fall through and the future outlook of NATO nuclear posture in Europe.
Russia's Pivot to Asia with Alex Gabuev

20:47 | May 12th, 2015

Carnegie Moscow's Alexander Gabuev talks with Paul Haenle about Putin's pivot to China.
中国天然气价格调整及影响

17:57 | May 5th, 2015

今年年初,国家发改委宣布从4月1日起,中国天然气价格正式并轨。这是中国价格改革中首次大幅下调天然气价格。在清华—卡内基全球政策中心的首期《中国与世界》中文系列播客中,驻会研究员王韬与中国石油大学的董秀成教授讨论了此次调价的背景和大环境。他们还对天然气价格下调对相关产业的影响及中国的能源安全问题进行了深入探讨。
Debunking the Myths of China's Economy Part 2

15:17 | Apr 27th, 2015

Former World Bank China Director Yukon Huang debunks more myths about China's economy: Are China's cities really too crowded and too large? Is the US trade deficit caused by China’s trade surpluses? Why do views on China's economy differ so much? Lis...Show More
The Nuclear Framework Agreement and China-Iran Relations

26:54 | Apr 14th, 2015

Tong Zhao sat down with Ariane Tabatabai, an expert on Iranian nuclear affairs, to discuss the recent P5+1 framework agreement and follow-up negotiations to occur before June, China’s role in the negotiations, and the future of China-Iran diplomatic ...Show More
Debunking the Myths of China's Economy with Yukon Huang

13:33 | Apr 7th, 2015

Carnegie economist Yukon Huang's answers to these three questions about China's economy will surprise you: Is China dealing with a debt crisis, or rather a property related financial deepening? Are China’s debt problems a financial or fiscal issue...Show More
Global Energy Markets and Subsidies for Renewables in China

14:29 | Mar 30th, 2015

Wang Tao and Johannes Upperlainen discuss how renewable sources of electricity production, Chinese government subsidies for the sustainable energy sector, and low oil prices are shaping China's energy markets and policies.
China's Greater Role in South and Central Asia

21:00 | Mar 23rd, 2015

Carnegie-Tsinghua's Paul Haenle talks with former U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary for Defense David Sedney about China's relations with India and Pakistan, China's New Silk Road initiative, and opportunities for US-China cooperation in Afghanistan.
U.S. Nuclear Posture and Nonproliferation in East Asia

29:59 | Mar 16th, 2015

In part two of this podcast, Tong Zhao and Elbridge Colby discuss possible changes to U.S. nuclear doctrine, the potential for maintaining nuclear nonproliferation efforts in East Asia, and the future prospects of international arms control.
A Larger Role for U.S. Nuclear Weapons in East Asian Security?

24:03 | Mar 3rd, 2015

Carnegie–Tsinghua’s Tong Zhao and Elbridge Colby discuss recent changes to U.S. military doctrine, possible changes in the Asia-Pacific’s military balance, and the possibility of a regional conflict escalating to the nuclear threshold. Colby highligh...Show More
China's New Silk Road with Wang Tao

23:36 | Feb 9th, 2015

Carnegie-Tsinghua's Dr. Wang Tao offers an overview of Chinese President Xi Jinping's Silk Road project and the energy security objectives of the “One Belt and One Road” strategy. He ends by discussing the implications of falling oil prices for China...Show More
Iran Nuclear Talks with Dr. Ariel Levite

12:33 | Jan 20th, 2015

With the negotiations over Tehran’s nuclear program extended to the end of June 2015, Paul Haenle sits down with Dr. Ariel "Eli" Levite, a nonresident senior associate in the Nuclear Policy Program at the Carnegie Endowment, to discuss the prospects ...Show More
Conventional Prompt Global Strike with James Acton

22:29 | Jan 5th, 2015

Carnegie's James Acton examines the status of the U.S. Conventional Prompt Global Strike program and assesses its implications for Asia-Pacific and global security. Acton considers the potential for the US and China to explore confidence-building mea...Show More
US-China military to military relations

18:17 | Dec 15th, 2014

In the second half of their interview, Randy Schriver, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, speaks with Paul Haenle about the military to military agreement announced at the November Xi-Obama summit and prosp...Show More
Obama's Trip to Asia with Randy Schriver

11:58 | Dec 2nd, 2014

Randy Schriver, Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, joins Carnegie-Tsinghua's Paul Haenle to assess President Obama's trip to Asia for the APEC Leaders Meeting, Xi-Obama bilateral summit, US-ASEAN Summit and...Show More
Iran Nuclear Talks & The Middle East Peace Process

09:01 | Nov 25th, 2014

Peking University Professor Wu Bingbing talks to Carnegie-Tsinghua's Paul Haenle about China's perspective the Middle East peace process, the Iran nuclear talks and Chinese efforts to enhance military cooperation with Tehran.
China's role in the Middle East with Wu Bingbing

23:26 | Nov 11th, 2014

How will China confront the growing challenges in the Middle East, from Syria to Iran and ISIS? Peking University Professor Wu Bingbing explains in conversation with Carnegie-Tsinghua's Paul Haenle.
Xi's trip to India with Ma Jiali

19:36 | Oct 28th, 2014

Carnegie-Tsinghua Director Paul Haenle interviews China Reform Forum's Professor Ma Jiali about Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India in September 2014 and the broader bilateral relationship under Prime Minister Modi.
China's Nuclear Future Part 2

21:52 | Oct 13th, 2014

CTC's Tong Zhao, Xiamen University's Professor Li Ning, and Carnegie's Mark Hibbs continue their discussions on China’s plans for the development of its nuclear energy program. Can China reach its plan's ambitious goals of fast nuclear energy growth ...Show More
China's Nuclear Future

27:27 | Sep 22nd, 2014

CTC's Tong Zhao, Xiamen University's Professor Li Ning, and Carnegie's Mark Hibbs discuss China’s plans for the development of its nuclear energy program. Can China reach its plan's ambitious goals of fast nuclear energy growth and at the same time k...Show More
Progress or Paralysis on Addressing Climate Change?

27:50 | Sep 8th, 2014

Carnegie-Tsinghua's Wang Tao interviews Dr. Zou Ji, deputy director of China’s National Center for Climate Change Strategy, about recent developments in international cooperation on climate change, and prospects for the UN Climate Summit in September...Show More
The US-China BIT and Shanghai FTZ with Tim Stratford

12:59 | Aug 19th, 2014

In the second half of our conversation between Carnegie-Tsinghua's Paul Haenle and former USTR Tim Stratford, Stratford shares insights on progress on the U.S.-China Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) and the Shanghai Free Trade Zone (FTZ).
The TPP & RCEP: Regional Trade Agreements with Tim Stratford

11:37 | Jul 28th, 2014

Former Assistant U.S. Trade Representative, Tim Stratford, discusses the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership with Carnegie-Tsinghua Director Paul Haenle.
China-Pakistan Relations with Dan Markey

14:26 | Jul 7th, 2014

Paul Haenle and CFR’s Dan Markey discuss the 2014 political transitions and uncertainties in India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan, and how they will affect the China-Pakistan relationship.
One Year After Sunnylands: Assessing the U.S.-China Relationship

1:27:06 | Jun 24th, 2014

Audio recording of May 28, 2014 event at Carnegie DC with Carnegie-Tsinghua's Yan Xuetong and Sun Xuefeng, and Carnegie's Paul Haenle and Yukon Huang, moderated by George Perkovich on the state of U.S.-China relations.
Assessing China’s Foreign Policy with Xie Tao, Part 2

12:04 | Jun 4th, 2014

Professor Xie Tao offers his analysis of China's seemingly contradictory policy statements toward its relations with its neighbors and its recent assertive actions in the Asia-Pacific.
Assessing China's Foreign Policy Under Xi with Xie Tao

14:18 | May 26th, 2014

At the 2014 National People's Congress, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi described China's diplomacy in the first year under President Xi Jinping in one word: "active." What does that really mean, are there limits to this new posture, and where have ...Show More
The US-Japan Alliance with Michael Swaine Part 2

17:16 | May 13th, 2014

China sees itself as the power that has growing influence in Asia, but that still is highly dependent on the position and attitude of the United States. The real challenge for the new type of great power relations between the US and China is how the ...Show More
The US-Japan Alliance with Michael Swaine Part 1

15:10 | Apr 28th, 2014

The United States and Japan must strike a delicate balance between improving the alliance’s ability to anticipate and respond to crises and being perceived by China as attempting to contain it’s rise or remilitarize Northeast Asia.
Chinese Nuclear Security Cooperation

23:30 | Apr 9th, 2014

Carnegie-Tsinghua's Paul Haenle and Li Bin discuss the recently concluded Third Nuclear Security Summit, China's nuclear security concept, and its contributions to international nuclear security.
Debunking the Myths of China's Perspective on North Korea, Part 2

22:08 | Mar 25th, 2014

In the second half of Carnegie-Tsinghua's Paul Haenle's interview with Peking University's Wang Dong, the experts discuss the opportunities and obstacles to forging a united diplomatic approach to the North Korea issue.
Debunking the Myths of China's Perspective on North Korea with Dr. Wang Dong, Part 1

21:51 | Mar 18th, 2014

North Korea’s nuclear program is a source of tension not only in the region, but also in U.S.-China relations. Washington sees Beijing as enabling nuclear proliferation, while Beijing argues that their approach is less costly and more effective than ...Show More
The View from Moscow: The Ukraine Crisis, Part 2

14:18 | Mar 13th, 2014

While the West accuses Putin of dealing with Ukraine over the barrel of a gun, Russians largely commend his role in helping Crimea make the right historical choice, in their view, to side with Russia. Carnegie Moscow Director Dmitri Trenin speaks wit...Show More
The View from Moscow: The Ukraine Crisis

33:44 | Mar 12th, 2014

In the lead up to Crimea’s referendum to join Russia, leading Russia expert Dmitri Trenin in Moscow talks to Paul Haenle about Ukrainians' true aspirations, Putin's thinking, the West's leverage, and the impact of the Ukraine crisis on the Russia-Chi...Show More
China's perspective on the Ukraine crisis

16:44 | Mar 5th, 2014

As tensions continue to mount in Ukraine, the international community is watching China’s position on the crisis with great interest. The stakes are high for China, but for now, Beijing is trying to avoid taking a clear stance, hoping that it will be...Show More
China's Peaceful Development Policy with Matt Ferchen

15:43 | Feb 12th, 2014

Carnegie-Tsinghua's Paul Haenle speaks with Resident Scholar, Matt Ferchen, who argues China’s relations with developing countries must move past the concept of peaceful development and focus on addressing concrete policy challenges shared by both si...Show More
'Reverse Haggling' with Shi Han

14:35 | Jan 21st, 2014

When Chinese companies "reverse haggle", they suppress China's economic growth and do harm to China's foreign business environment.