China’s Global Influence Campaign, With Joshua Kurlantzick

Joshua Kurlantzick, a senior fellow for Southeast Asia at the Council, sits down with James M. Lindsay to discuss how China uses its media power to influence the domestic politics of countries around the world.

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Host
  • James M. Lindsay
    Senior Vice President, Director of Studies, and Maurice R. Greenberg Chair
Credits

Ester Fang - Associate Podcast Producer

Gabrielle Sierra - Editorial Director and Producer

Episode Guests
  • Joshua Kurlantzick
    Senior Fellow for Southeast Asia

Show Notes

Enter the CFR book giveaway by Jan 17, 2023, for the chance to win one of ten free copies of Beijing's Global Media Offensive: China’s Uneven Campaign to Influence Asia and the World  by Joshua Kurlantzick. You can read the terms and conditions of the offer here

 

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