China’s Role in the Middle East

December 2, 2016 - Washington, D.C. | In Partnership with Johns Hopkins - SAIS Join us for a discussion on China and how its policies and foreign investments are shaping the geopolitics of the Middle East.

Alexander J. Brenner Newsletters

Fellowship Years: 2003 – 2005 Fellowship Area(s): China Who’s Worrying about SARS, and Why The Feel-Good Gap The Ikea-Man Cometh: Globalization and the Creation of a Chinese Middle Class Take A Number: Peasants, Urbanites and the Greatest Migration Migrants and the Dangers of Namelessness, Part 1 Migrants and the Dangers of Namelessness,

Daniel B. Wright Newsletters

Fellowship Years: 1997 – 1999 Fellowship Area(s): China Along the Way to Guizhou: Impressions from Shanghai to Southwest China Colorful Guizhou The Spirit of Daguan Village: Leadership and Poverty (Part 1) Leading on Poverty’s Front Line: Leadership and Poverty (Part 2) One in Fifty Million: Traveling with China’s Migrant Labor – Interior

Adam Smith Albion Newsletters

Fellowship Years: 1994 – 1997 Fellowship Area(s): Turkey, Uzbekistan, China, Russia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Romania First Thoughts — Herodotus Nomadism Black Sea Coast–Trabzon: football, hamsi Chechnya Spies, Free Trade and Borders The Voice of the People Travels in Romania, Moldova and Gagauzia Ukraine Dial 3 Crimean Diary Send

Cheng Li Newsletters

Fellowship Years: 1993-1995 Fellowship Topic: Growth of technocracy and its impact on the economy of the southeastern coast Fellowship Area: China   Leaving Home to Go Home “The Color of Money”: Shanghai Impressions China’s Falsities & China’s Future: Part I – “Calling Things by Their Real Names” China’s

Joseph Battat Newsletters

Fellowship Years: 1975-1978 Fellowship Topic: Science and Technology Policies for Development in the People’s Republic of China Fellowship Area: China The Long March to China A China Trip China: Change & Continuity – Some Thoughts In China: A Time to Study In China: A Time to Work Management and Modernization: An Overview With the Masses

Camilla J. Wilson Newsletters

Fellowship Years: 1980 – 1981 Fellowship Area(s): Cambodia, China, Bangladesh, Thailand, Philippines Manila: Barbed Wire and Bougainvillea When in Thailand, It’s Mai Pen Rai Are You a Dek or a Phoo Yai? Multi-National Missions: The Medium and the Message Riding The Rails: Bangkok to Butterworth Western Hospital — Cambodian Healer Refugee

Anthony R. Dicks Newsletters

Fellowship Years: 1963 – 1968 Fellowship Area(s): China, Hong Kong, Japan, Macao Chinese Law: An Inheritance? Exploratory Talks with Mr. Lu Sinologues in Turin The China Trade Revisited Chinese Attitudes to International Law Staying in Hong Kong A New Leaf Sun v. Wang: an Undivorce May Day in Peking A Discourse on Arbitration The Needle’s

C. H. G. Oldham Newsletters

Fellowship Years: 1961 – 1966 Fellowship Area(s): China, England, India, Hong Kong, Japan, Nepal, Thailand, Switzerland, Philippines, Israel, Macao A.A.A.S. Symposium on Chinese Science: Part I: Background Information A.A.A. S. Symposium on Chinese Science: Part II: China’s Scientific Revolution Stirrings of British Interest in Chinese Science

Warren Unna Newsletters

Fellowship Years: 1958-1959 Fellowship Topic: Arguments for Neutrality and Non-Alignment Fellowship Area: Israel, Egypt, Yugoslavia, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, Indonesia, India, Nepal, Burma, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Laos, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Finland, Denmark, Ireland The Fiftieth