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Julia Famularo

Julia Famularo

She is a research affiliate with the Project 2049 Institute and a Georgetown University doctoral candidate in modern East Asian political history.

She previously served as the editor-in-chief of the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs.

The China-Russia NGO Crackdown
February 23, 2015
The China-Russia NGO Crackdown
Authorities in both countries apparently aim to cripple NGOs with foreign patrons or partners.
The China-Russia NGO Crackdown
Engaging China on Human Rights
April 22, 2014
Engaging China on Human Rights
China is bound to act in its national interest. Upholding human rights is one of those interests.
Engaging China on Human Rights
A Complex Calculus: China's North Korea Dilemma
April 30, 2013
A Complex Calculus: China's North Korea Dilemma
It remains in Beijing’s self-interest to provide aid to Pyongyang. The alternatives, like a North Korean collapse, could be far worse.
A Complex Calculus: China's North Korea Dilemma
In Tibet: Protests and Self-Immolations Continue
November 16, 2012
In Tibet: Protests and Self-Immolations Continue
"students gathered...to replace the Chinese flags atop their school with the Tibetan independence flag."
In Tibet: Protests and Self-Immolations Continue
China's Failure in Tibet
October 27, 2012
China's Failure in Tibet
"To our knowledge most of the self-immolation cases in the Tibetan-inhabited regions are related to the instigation of the Dalai clique."
China's Failure in Tibet
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