Asia Program Publications

Audio

U.S.-China Relations

Elizabeth C. Economy, CFRís C.V. Starr senior fellow and director for Asia studies, discusses Chinese President Xi Jinpingís reforms in his first two years in office and what they mean for U.S.-China relations,†as part of CFR's Academic Conference Call series.

See more in China; Politics and Strategy

Other Report Holding the Multistakeholder Line at the ITU

Holding the Multistakeholder Line at the ITU

Author: Adam Segal

Adam Segal explains the U.S. approach at the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference in Busan, South Korea, where the United States is looking to defend its approach to Internet governance. Washington and its allies favor the "multistakeholder" model: a bottom-up policy process that includes organizations representing technical experts, governments, businesses, civil society, and individual users.

See more in Global; Internet Policy; International Organizations and Alliances

Op-Ed

Combating Ebola: What Can Africa Learn From China?

Author: Yanzhong Huang
China-US Focus

Yanzhong Huang notes the limited public health infrastructure in certain West African countries that are currently battling the spread of Ebola, which is a similar phenomenon to that which occurred in China during the 2003 SARS outbreak. Dr. Huang stresses the importance of foreign aid, particularly Chinese funds, to slow the spread of Ebola but points out that dependence on foreign aid is ultimately an unsustainable public health strategy.

See more in Africa (sub-Saharan); Public Health Threats and Pandemics

Policy Innovation Memorandum No. 49 Breaking the Stalemate in U.S.-ROK Nuclear Cooperation Negotiations

Breaking the Stalemate in U.S.-ROK Nuclear Cooperation Negotiations

Author: Scott A. Snyder

South Korea and the United States have reached an impasse in bilateral talks on nuclear cooperation. Senior Fellow Scott Snyder argues that the United States should extend the current agreement and make a follow-on agreement contingent on the results of an ongoing study on feasibility and proliferation risks of South Korea's right to enrich and reprocess U.S.-origin nuclear fuels.

See more in South Korea; Nuclear Energy