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March 19, 2012

Recent media contributions by CCS alumni (updated March 2012)

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Damien Ma (MA '06)
China Analyst, Eurasia Group

Damien appeared on Charlie Rose Wednesday, March 15, 2012 to discussed Bo Xilai's ouster, the biggest political story coming out of China in recent years.

Damien's conversation with James Fallows on recent Chinese crackdown

Damien Ma's other articles on China
in The Atlantic

Michael Dunne (MA/MBA '90)
President, Dunne & Company

Need to learn Punjabi, Swahili or dozens of other languages? U-M is the place
The University of Michigan Record

American Wheels, Chinese Roads
LSA Today

Elizabeth C. Economy (PhD '94, Political Science)
C.V. Starr Senior Fellow and Director for Asia Studies
Council on Foreign Relations

China's Land Grab Epidemic Is Causing More Wukan-Style Protests
The Atlantic

Elizabeth Economy's other articles on China
in The Atlantic

Foreign Affairs Focus On: Protests in China and China's Interests in North Korea

Time for the United States to Learn from China
(reviews book by alumnus Michael Dunne (MA/MBA '90))
Asia Unbound

David Moser (CCS MA '89, PhD '96 - Asian Languages and Cultures)
Academic Director at CET Chinese Studies, Beijing Capital Normal University
Thoughts on River Elegy, June 1988-June 2011
The China Beat

David Shambaugh (PhD '89, Political Science)
Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University
Ten Questions for China’s Heir Presumptive
The New York Times

Posted by zzhu at March 19, 2012 10:47 PM