Jiachen Shi

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Jiachen Shi is a Ph.D. candidate in Political Science at Tulane University. He received his M.A. in International Relations from the University of Liverpool and International Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCEi) from the University of Nottingham. His research interests include U.S.-China relations, American politics, political psychology, and political economy.

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From Zero to Hero? The Domestic and International Repercussions of China’s Unprepared Reopening

As an ardent devotee of Chairman Mao, Xi Jinping seems never to fail to snatch opportunities to assert the masculine Mao-style leadership that he...

Crisis From Within – Defections from The Democratic Party

The last two months of 2022 was nothing short of a roller coaster ride for the Democratic Party – from its ominous poll numbers...

Unmasked by Qatar World Cup, China’s Nationalism Is Transforming Itself to Internationalism

Perhaps for many Chinese, the proudest moment during Qatar World Cup 2022 was not when Ma Ning made his World Cup debut as a...

The Revival of China’s Supply and Marketing Co-op: A Countermove to Asia Pivot 2.0?

The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity (IPEF) was launched in the wake of President Joe Biden’s Asia trip this May, signaling the commencement of...

Biden-Xi Meeting: The Turning Point of U.S-China Relations?

Contrary to the concerns that many had about the likelihood of another tense confrontations between the U.S. and China during the G20 summit, the...

The Missing Piece: Could Independents Influence U.S. China Policy?

In an era where polarization wields enormous clout, more politicians are driven to pander to partisan extremes and stray from the middle. On foreign...

In the Aftermath of Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Victory without Peace or Peace without Victory?

Little did Putin from last year would have anticipated that victory would virtually be absent on Victory Day 2022 – domestically, no triumph from...

The Parallel between Ukraine and Taiwan: Collusion in Disguise or Deception in Reality?

In the wake of Biden’s seemingly anodyne comment on Russia’s enormous military build-up on its border with Ukraine as a “minor incursion”, a trilateral...

How the Republican Party Has Tightened U.S.-Taiwan Ties

Taiwan, also known as the sovereign Republican of China (ROC), set up in the aftermath of the revolution in 1911 in China. The U.S....

AUKUS: A Sequela of World War II and US Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Deemed as a historic security pact, AUKUS was unveiled by the leaders of the US, the UK and Australia - a patent revelation of...

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Indonesia’s Rice Dependence: An International Political Economy Perspective

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