A podcast by Center for Strategic and International Studies - Thursdays

84 Episodes

  1. Understanding China's Regionally Administered Totalitarianism

    Published: 4/4/2024
  2. Overcapacity

    Published: 2/29/2024
  3. China's New Domestic Politics

    Published: 2/15/2024
  4. Xi’s New Growth Synthesis

    Published: 1/18/2024
  5. Will Sanctions Deter China?

    Published: 1/5/2024
  6. The Gilded Cage

    Published: 12/14/2023
  7. The Party Knows Best: Aligning Economic Actors with China’s Strategic Goals

    Published: 11/22/2023
  8. What’s Next for US-China Relations? The View from Congress

    Published: 11/9/2023
  9. The Administrative Foundations of the Chinese Fiscal State

    Published: 10/26/2023
  10. China’s New Navy

    Published: 10/12/2023
  11. Party of One

    Published: 9/8/2023
  12. Reshaping Corporate China

    Published: 8/25/2023
  13. How Loyal is the PLA?

    Published: 8/10/2023
  14. How the CCP Finances its Global Ambitions

    Published: 7/6/2023
  15. The National Security Commission Meets

    Published: 6/15/2023
  16. Interpreting the Recent Central Financial and Economic Affairs Commission Meeting

    Published: 5/25/2023
  17. How Information Flows Impact Decision Making

    Published: 5/11/2023
  18. Economic Dynamics of a Cross-Strait Crisis

    Published: 4/13/2023
  19. Outsourcing Repression

    Published: 3/30/2023
  20. The Political Logic of Taxation in China

    Published: 3/23/2023

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China has emerged as one of the 21st century’s most consequential nations, making it more important than ever to understand how the country is governed. True to the name Pekingology, or the study of the political behavior of the People’s Republic of China, this podcast aims to unpack the behavior of the Chinese Communist Party and implications these actions have within China and for U.S.-China relations. Jude Blanchette, the Freeman Chair in China Studies at CSIS, is joined by various experts to analyze the activities of the Chinese governing system and how these impact the complex relationships relating to China.