September 25, 2022

Larus Publishes Commentary in Asia Dialogue

Elizabeth Freund Larus, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, published her commentary “Xi Jinping Message to Compatriots in Taiwan signals change in policy,” in Asia Dialogue, the online magazine of the University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute. In her article, Larus claims that the commemorative speech does not constitute a sea change in China’s policy toward Taiwan, but does push the envelope in cross-Strait relations. Read the entire the article here: http://theasiadialogue.com/2019/01/24/xi-jinpings-message-to-compatriots-in-taiwan-signals-change-in-taiwan-policy/

Elizabeth Larus Presents Paper at American Association for Chinese Studies Conference

Elizabeth Freund Larus, professor of political science and international affairs, presented her research paper “Xiconomics: Mixing Politics with Economics after the 19th Party Congress,” at the 60th meeting of the American Association for Chinese Studies, October 5-7 in Baltimore. She also organized and hosted the Roundtable on Cross-Strait Relations, bringing together scholars from the US, the UK and Taiwan to discuss recent developments in China-Taiwan relations.

Larus Appears on Live Show “Midnight in America”

Elizabeth Freund Larus, Waple Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, discussed US naval diplomacy in the Pacific on the Feb. 9 episode of the live stream show Midnight in America. Hosted by renowned University of Sydney sociologist Salvatore Babones, Midnight in America is the most provocative source of global affairs content on the Internet. The episode may be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36Nzsrjksj8

Larus Presents Research on U.S. Seapower

Elizabeth Larus, professor of political science, presented “Naval Diplomacy and U.S. Seapower in the Asia-Pacific” at the World International Studies Conference (WISC), Taipei, Taiwan, April 1-3, 2017.

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Larus Presents Paper on Taiwan’s Military

Elizabeth Freund Larus, Waple Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, presented a paper, “Taiwan’s Military Modernization and National Defense,” at the 56th annual meeting of the American Association for Chinese Studies at Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA, on October 9, 2016.