The Changing Nature of Journalism in the United States
On Monday November 15th, Sewell Chan, the Washington Correspondent to The New York Times, had a brief talk and discussion on the topic of “The Changing Nature of Journalism in the United States” (“变化中的美国新闻业性质”). Topics touched upon by the talk and discussion included United... 
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Untranslatable: Mateo Ricci, the Qing Court, and a Clash of Worldviews
For the second year master’s students, we are embarking on our long journey of writing our thesis. My work on my masters degree first began in Africa. I was supposed to talk about humanitarian intervention and the idea first struck me when I was walking through the halls of the Rwandan genocide museum this past... 
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The United States, China, and the New Global Geometry
This past Wednesday November 10th, Former Ambassador Chas W. Freeman, Jr. delivered some prepared remarks at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center entitled, “The United States, China, and the New Global Geometry.” His speech touched on a number of international security, economic, political, and regional topics... 
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