Donald Trump spoke with Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen last week, upending decades of diplomatic practice. “It can be said with near certitude that when Trump accepted that phone call, he had no idea what the consequences might be for U.S.-China relations,” says China expert Suzanne Ogden.
Suzanne Ogden, a professor of political science and an expert on U.S.-Asian foreign policy, weighs in on North Korea’s recent nuclear test.
Suzanne Ogden, an expert in U.S. policy in Asia and a professor of political science, suggests that the Obama administration has forged a healthy relationship with China.
As the Republican presidential contenders engaged in a full-court press of campaigning ahead of today’s New Hampshire primary, a group of 17 political science students and three professors were in the Granite State on Sunday to experience it first-hand. We talked to senior Nick Beek, the former president of the university’s Political Science Student Association and current president of the Northeastern University College Democrats, to discuss what he observed.
Professor of Political Science Suzanne Ogden, an expert on China, discusses its changing power relationships with United States and the need for greater subtlety in our approach to a range […]
Northeastern’s new Center for Emerging Markets wasted no time in establishing itself as a clearinghouse for the latest ideas on the business opportunities springing up in China, India and other […]
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Boston: Northeastern University Press.
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