Senior Research Fellow, Asian Studies Center
Senior Visiting Fellow
Senior Research Fellow
Senior Research Fellow, Northeast Asia
Director, Asian Studies Center
Asia Communications Fellow and Director of The Washington Roundtable for the Asia Pacific Press
Senior Research Fellow Derek Scissors discusses business and labor in China on CNBC's 'Closing Bell'.
Senior Research Fellow Bruce Klingner discusses North Korea on CNN's 'Situation Room'.
Senior Research Fellow Bruce Klingner discusses the latest on North Korea's missile threat on Fox News' 'Your World with Neil Cavuto'.
Senior Research Fellow Derek Scissors discusses China's economy and whether or not Communism is boosting the wealth of the Chinese on Fox Business' Varney
Senior Research Fellow Derek Scissors discusses how Chinese immigrants are moving into California's richest suburbs on Fox News' 'Special Report'.
Lisa Curtis on Dr. Shakil Afridi's trial in Pakistan
Bruce Klingner discusses N. Korea's failed missile launch on CNBC World's Cashflow.
On this week’s Scribecast, Rob Bluey and Nick Zahn interview Ichiro Fujisaki, Japan’s ambassador to the United States. They discussed the one-year anniversary of the
Lisa Curtis discusses the Afghanistan riots on BBC24.
Derek Scissors discusses US-China relations on FBN's Fox Business.
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