2021-22 Wilson China Fellowship: Essays on China and U.S. Policy
As we have seen over the past few decades, few foreign policy issues have changed the global landscape in as many significant and far-reaching ways as the rise of China. Questions surrounding how to understand China, how its government views the world, its impact on the Indo-Pacific and global order, and the role of the United States going forward have dominated discussions in Washington and around the world.
In pursuit of providing clarity on these question and more the 2021-22 class of Wilson China Fellows have undertaken groundbreaking policy research across a range of vital issues relating to the rise of China and the future of U.S.-China relations. With the generous support of the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Wilson China Fellowship supports this class of rising, policy-oriented academics with specialization in political, social, economic, security, or historical issues related to China.
This publication is the result of this timely and policy-relevant work. We are proud of the work our fellows have accomplished, and we look forward to continuing to support this kind of research into the future.
The individual papers are available on each fellows' webpage, which can be accessed by clicking on their names and portraits below:
Assistant Professor at Fordham University
Associate Professor of Political Science, Tufts University and Jeane Kirkpatrick Visiting Scholar, American Enterprise Institute
Jill McGovern and Steven Muller Assistant Professor of China Studies and International Affairs and U.S. Director of the Pacific Community Initiative, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.
Assistant Professor, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Oklahoma.
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto, Non-Resident Fellow at Brookings Institution, and a Public Intellectual Fellow at the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations.
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University
Assistant Professor, Department of Urban and Environmental Studies, Loyola Marymount University.
Associate Professor, School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, University of British Columbia
Assistant Professor, Clements Department of History, Southern Methodist University.
Associate Professor of Media Studies, University of Virginia and Senior Faculty Fellow, Miller Center for Public Affairs.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Atkinson Center for Sustainability, Cornell University
Adjunct Professor, College of William and Mary
Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of California-Davis
Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Relations, University of San Diego.
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Villanova University.
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Emory University.
Assistant Professor of International Relations at the University of Hong Kong.
Assistant Professor, School of International Service, American University
Associate Professor of Chinese Studies, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, William & Mary.
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Relations, University of Southern California. Former Grand Strategy, Security, and Statecraft Postdoctoral Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Security Studies Program and the Harvard Kennedy School.
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Kansas and Director of the Kansas University Trade War Lab
Stephen Del Rosso
The Asia Program promotes policy debate and intellectual discussions on U.S. interests in the Asia-Pacific as well as political, economic, security, and social issues relating to the world’s most populous and economically dynamic region. Read more
Kissinger Institute on China and the United States
The Kissinger Institute works to ensure that China policy serves American long-term interests and is founded in understanding of historical and cultural factors in bilateral relations and in accurate assessment of the aspirations of China’s government and people. Read more