Winny Chen


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Ties that Bind Report
There are unique opportunities to advance U.S.-Taiwan relations as well as U.S. interests in the region broadly by helping Taiwan maintain its independent political system while deepening its economic relationships with China and all of its neighbors. (Flickr/KevinH.)

Ties that Bind

Winny Chen lays out an agenda for ensuring mutual prosperity and peace between the United States, Taiwan, and China.

Winny Chen

A Nobel Prize for China Article
Supporters of Liu Xiaobo holding his picture gather outside a park in Beijing. Imprisoned Chinese dissident Liu won the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for using nonviolence to demand fundamental human rights in his homeland. (AP/Vincent Yu)

A Nobel Prize for China

Dissident Liu Xiaobo’s Nobel Peace Prize shows how Beijing’s leaders must measure up in the 21st century.

Winny Chen, Nina Hachigian

Brazil in the Middle East Article
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, right, welcomes Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva during an official welcoming ceremony in Tehran on May 16, 2010. Brazil and Turkey both voted against a United Nations Security Council measure two weeks ago to enhance sanctions on Iran. (AP/Vahid Salemi)

Brazil in the Middle East

Michael Werz and Winny Chen analyze Brazil’s newfound clout in international affairs and how this clout highlights a shift in traditional power structures.

Michael Werz, Winny Chen

President Obama’s Progressive China Policy Report
President Barack Obama listens to Chinese President Hu Jintao as they attend a state dinner reception at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, on November 17, 2009. (AP/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

President Obama’s Progressive China Policy

Nina Hachigian and Winny Chen detail the success of President Obama's China policy so far and offer recommendations on how to proceed at the forthcoming S&ED meeting and beyond.

Nina Hachigian, Winny Chen

We Share More than a Fence Article
President Barack Obama walks with Mexican President Felipe Calderon as they leave a joint news conference at the White House on May 19, 2010. (AP/Alex Brandon)

We Share More than a Fence

Michael Werz and Winny Chen discuss how the United States and Mexico can work together on common challenges such as migration, criminal networks, and climate change.

Michael Werz, Winny Chen

The Right Atmosphere Article
Zhu Min, pictured here at the World Economic Forum earlier this year, will become the right hand of IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn. (AP/Michel Euler)

The Right Atmosphere

China’s clout grows at the International Monetary Fund, putting the spotlight on Beijing to revalue the yuan as part of its global commitments, write Winny Chen, Sabina Dewan, and Nina Hachigian.

Winny Chen, Sabina Dewan, Nina Hachigian

Reaffirming Our National Values Article
The Dalai Lama speaks to reporters outside the White House in Washington on February 18, 2010, following a meeting with President Barack Obama. Thursday’s meeting is emblematic of the administration's commitments and an important symbol of America’s moral leadership on issues of human freedom. (AP/J. Scott Applewhite)

Reaffirming Our National Values

Winny Chen and Megan Adams discuss the meaning of President Obama’s meeting with the Dalai Lama and what it means for human rights in China.

Winny Chen, Megan Adams

Testing Time for U.S.-China Relations Article
Members of the Taiwan Air Force set up a Tien Chien II missile during a media tour at Taichung airport, in Taiwan. China criticized the U.S. Tuesday ahead of the expected announcement of new arms sales to Taiwan, the latest in a series of disputes raising tensions between Washington and Beijing. (AP/Chiang Ying-ying)

Testing Time for U.S.-China Relations

Winny Chen cautions that disputes over Taiwan, Tibet, and Internet freedom, among other things, are not going away, but other global concerns require cooperation.

Winny Chen

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