Yuen Yuen Ang F’09, F’08 has authored an October 26, 2022 opinion piece in the New York Times titled “An Era Just Ended in China.” She discusses Chinese President Xi Jinping and his “decision to emphasize security over economic vibrancy.”
Why is the most powerful Chinese leader in decades so obsessed with security and domestic control that he would sacrifice the economy? The answer lies in an array of domestic and foreign challenges, some worsened by Mr. Xi’s own policy choices.
Yuen Yuen Ang
Ang is a professor of politics at the University of Michigan, and a recipient of a 2008 Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship and a 2009 Mellon/ACLS Recent Doctoral Recipients Fellowship. Read the full article.
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