Posts tagged United States
Understanding the Arrest of Meng from a Chinese Perspective

After media broke the news that Canada had arrested Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, the Chinese government responded with initially a series of severe warnings. Since understanding China is the key to bringing the two Canadians home and repairing Sino-Canadian relations, we must examine this question in depth: why is China angry?

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Lind Initiative Recap: Robert Bullard and the Politics of Place

The School of Public Policy and Global Affairs kicked off the 2019 Lind Initiative speaker series last week, with this year’s theme being “America and the Climate Crisis.” The first event featured Professor Robert Bullard, whose talk discussed the links between social inequality, racism, and environmental issues in the United States.

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