Dean P. Chen
Associate Professor of Political Science, Ramapo College of New Jersey
Jun 28 , 2018
Dean Chen analyzes the potential impact of America’s upcoming midterm elections on U.S.-China relations. For short-term electoral prospects, Trump and GOP candidates will likely campaign to brandish their anti-China credentials to attract nationalist votes, while the Democrats will likely seek every opportunity to scrutinize whether the administration is retreating from its pressure campaign against Beijing.
Apr 06 , 2018
There are many uncertainties and moving parts, but one thing is certain: Kim’s short trip to China has shaken up the strategic dynamics of East Asia.
Feb 06 , 2017
The inauguration of President Donald J. Trump on January 20, 2017 suggests that U.S. foreign policy is moving away from the Wilsonian liberal internationalism, which has guided American foreign policymaking since the end of World War II, toward the “America-first” Jacksonian populism.