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Dr. William Martel
February 01, 2013
Dr. William Martel
The Diplomat’s editor Harry Kazianis sat down with Dr. William Martel, a professor at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, in a preview of an upcoming three-part series on American grand strategy.
Dr. William Martel
David Cohen
January 25, 2013
David Cohen
The Diplomat’s Zachary Keck sat down with current China Power blogger David Cohen to discuss China’s evolving media landscape and reform under Xi Jinping.
David Cohen
Gabe Collins
December 21, 2012
Gabe Collins
The Diplomat’s Harry Kazianis sat down with Gabe Collins, co- founder of China SignPost, to discuss territorial tensions in Asia, the composition of China’s future aircraft carriers, and how China’s economy could impact its growing military power.
Gabe Collins
Rory Medcalf
December 14, 2012
Rory Medcalf
The Diplomat’s Harry Kazianis sat down with noted Australian Lowy Institute scholar and new Flashpoints contributor Rory Medcalf to discuss the “Indo-Pacific”, Australia’s budding relations with India, its complex relations with Washington and Beijing and future defense plans.
Rory Medcalf
Luke Hunt
November 29, 2012
Luke Hunt
The Diplomat’s Harry Kazianis sat down with noted Southeast Asia journalist and Diplomat blogger Luke Hunt to discuss dams along the Mekong River, the legacy of Pol Pot in Cambodia, Burma’s future and more.
Luke Hunt
November 15, 2012
Dr. Allen Carlson
This week, Dr. Allen Carlson, an associate professor of Government at Cornell University sat down with Harry Kazianis to discuss U.S.-China relations, territorial claims in the East and South China Seas, and how President Obama’s Second Term may affect the Asia-Pacific.
Dr. Allen Carlson
A. Greer Meisels
November 08, 2012
A. Greer Meisels
This week, A. Greer Meisels, associate director and research fellow for China and the Pacific at the Center for the National Interest sat down with Harry Kazianis to discuss China’s leadership transition, America’s future in Asia and more.
A. Greer Meisels
Harry Kazianis
October 30, 2012
Harry Kazianis
This week, The Diplomat‘s Editor Harry Kazianis took your questions as posed on social media. On readers’ minds: The U.S. Presidential Election, America’s Pivot to Asia, possible U.S. defense cuts, and more.
Harry Kazianis
Dr. Robert Farley
October 25, 2012
Dr. Robert Farley
The Diplomat‘s Editor Harry Kazianis sat down with new Flashpoints contributor Dr. Robert Farley to discuss America’s Naval and Airpower plans in the Asia-Pacific as well as China’s Anti-Access/Area-Denial strategy.
Dr. Robert Farley
Dr. James Holmes
October 11, 2012
Dr. James Holmes
The Diplomat’s Harry Kazianis sat down with world renowned Naval scholar and Naval Diplomat Blogger Dr. James Holmes to talk war and peace between China and Japan, “Small-Stick Diplomacy” and the future of America’s Navy in the Pacific.
Dr. James Holmes
Dr. Minxin Pei
October 04, 2012
Dr. Minxin Pei
The Diplomat’s Zachary Keck sat down with world renowned China scholar Dr. Minxin Pei to discuss Bo Xilai, China’s economic future, nationalism, and what the future may hold for the People’s Republic.
Dr. Minxin Pei
Dr. Lobsang Sangay
September 04, 2012
Dr. Lobsang Sangay
Dr. Lobsang Sangay, the Kalon Tripa (prime minister) of the Tibetan government in exile, talks exclusively with Saransh Sehgal about the recent self-immolations of Tibetans inside China, his experience serving in a political position once held by the Dalai Lama, and his thoughts on Beijing’s upcoming leadership transition.
Dr. Lobsang Sangay
Jacques E. C. Hymans
August 29, 2012
Jacques E. C. Hymans
The Diplomat‘s Zachary Keck spoke with Jacques E. C. Hymans to discuss his new book: Achieving Nuclear Ambitions: Scientists, Politicians, and Nuclear Proliferation
Jacques E. C. Hymans
Dr. William Martel
August 21, 2012
Dr. William Martel
The Diplomat‘s Harry Kazianis sat down with noted author and professor Dr. William Martel from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, to discuss his recent work concerning the "Authoritarian Axis".
Dr. William Martel
Leaving Without Losing
July 13, 2012
Leaving Without Losing
The Diplomat speaks with Mark N. Katz, author of Leaving without Losing: The War on Terror After Iraq and Afghanistan, about how the U.S. withdrawals from Iraq and Afghanistan will impact the war on terror and the Asia-Pacific region.
Leaving Without Losing
Richard Weitz
July 12, 2012
Richard Weitz
In his latest piece for The Diplomat, Richard Weitz looks at China’s doubling down on Russia’s veto of the Syria Security Council resolution, and explains how it’s all about sovereignty for China—and the mission creep following the Libya intervention. In the terse Q&A that follows, Weitz tells The Diplomat very bluntly what happens next, and looks at what China might still do to help ease Assad out.
Richard Weitz
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