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February 17, 2013

Updated February 2013: Recent media contributions by CCS alumni

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David Caragliano (JD/CCS MA '09)
Lawyer and international development professional

China to Web Users: Great Firewall? Just Be Glad We're Not North Korea
The Atlantic

Is China Really the 80th-Most-Corrupt Country on Earth?
The Atlantic

What’s Really Behind China’s Tabloid-Style Coverage of Obama’s Asia Trip
Tea Leaf Nation

China's Transparency Reform: Is It for Real?
The Atlantic

David Shambaugh (PhD '89, Political Science)
Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University

David Shambaugh discusses his latest edited volume Tangled Titans:

Ten Questions for China’s Heir Presumptive
The New York Times

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

On China's political transition, October 2012

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 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

CFR's Economy Says China Still Vibrant

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

Elizabeth Economy's other articles on China
in The Atlantic

Posted by zzhu at February 17, 2013 09:39 PM