Why does law matter (and why wouldn't it) in Taiwan? Professor Margaret Lewis talks to the "Harvard on China" podcast about law in Taiwan, 'dinosaur judges,' public debates around same-sex marriage, l
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Our "Harvard on China" podcast talks to @MargaretKLewis about why law matters in Taiwan.
Featuring 'dinosaur judges' 恐龍法官, Taiwan's legalization of same-sex marriage, the upcoming 2020 presidential election, and more!
The National Interest asked 13 scholars and experts to respond to the following question: Given growing tensions between the United States and China, where do you see the overall relationship headed? Towards a permanent state of competition?
Fairbank Center"U.S.-China relations are worse today than at any time since 1971, when Henry Kissinger visited China. And they will get worse."
Fairbank Center Associate Robert S. Ross talks to the National Interest about the state of U.S.-China Relations
How much has China’s foreign policy changed since the Deng Xiaoping days of 韬光养晦 (“conceal strengths, bide time”) in the 1980s, and how much of that change is due to Xi Jinping? The ever-popular topic is discussed in this Sinica Podcast episode with...