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What Chinese people think about Hillary Clinton

July 29, 2016, David Dollar and Wei Wang

Unlike Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, who only became well-known in China quite recently, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is no stranger to the Chinese. What do they tend to say about her?

  • Interview | Deutschlandradio Kultur

    July 26, 2016, Constanze Stelzenmüller and Constanze Stelzenmüller

  • In the News

    The Russians have a word—ne sluchaino. It means, not accidental. Not by chance.

    July 25, 2016, Fiona Hill, National Public Radio
  • In the News

    Assigning blame for the leak is different than assigning blame for the original hack. Releasing the documents through WikiLeaks makes it difficult to directly link it to Russia.

    July 25, 2016, Fiona Hill, Bloomberg
  • In the News

    Putting the emails out on WikiLeaks for the world to see is consistent with the modus operandi of Putin and Russian intelligence.

    July 24, 2016, Fiona Hill, The Washington Post
  • Interview | Deutschlandradio Kultur

    July 15, 2016, Constanze Stelzenmüller

  • Podcast

    2016 election (not-a-horse race) update

    June 17, 2016, John Hudak and Fred Dews

  • Interview | CCTV

    June 7, 2016, Cheng Li

  • In the News

    The president is not going to Hiroshima to apologize, nor do the people of Hiroshima want or expect him to do so. This visit is about the present and the future. [Hiroshima offers] the best platform to highlight the value of U.S. alliances, the perils of nuclear proliferation, and the need for ongoing deterrence against rogue actors.

    May 10, 2016, Mireya Solís, Los Angeles Times
  • In the News

    President Obama is particularly well suited for this [Hiroshima] trip because of his track record on nuclear nonproliferation. It fits him well.

    May 10, 2016, Mireya Solís, McClatchy
  • Interview | People's Daily

    China plays increasing role in global governance

    April 1, 2016, Cheng Li and Zhang Niansheng

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