This episode discusses China’s role and actions as a United Nations Security Council permanent member. Our guest, Dr. Courtney Fung, analyzes China’s “status dilemma” and the evolution of its behavior in the UN since being admitted in 1971.
June 17, 2019
| Michael J. Green, H. Andrew Schwartz In The Asia ChessboardAndrew Schwartz interviews the host, Dr. Mike Green, Senior Vice President for Asia at CSIS, director of Asian Studies at Georgetown University, and former senior director for Asia on George W. Bush’s national security council.
Supporting political transitions from military to civilian rule in Africa requires consistent engagement, international coordination, and diplomatic flexibility. If mishandled, it could result in violence and a democratic reversal.
June 12, 2019
| Sara M. Allinder In Take as DirectedIn this episode of Take as Directed, Sara Allinder is joined by special guest host Haim Malka, Deputy Director and Senior Fellow of the CSIS Middle East Program, to discuss the future of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East.
June 10, 2019 In Curated ConversationsListen as we discuss with House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith U.S. national security challenges in advance of the markup of the FY2020 National Defense Authorization Act.
June 10, 2019
| James Andrew Lewis In Cyber From The StartJim Lewis sits down with Siobhan Gorman, award-winning journalist formerly at The Wall Street Journal and The Baltimore Sun, to discuss her career reporting on cybersecurity and national security issues.
This episode evaluates China’s progress in the global endeavor to combat climate change by reducing carbon emissions and investing in green technology. Our guest, Ms. Barbara Finamore, explains Beijing’s current climate change policies and their role in China’s...