Young China Watchers (YCW): Your 2015 Foreign Affairs article argued that President Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaign, centralization of power, and crackdown on dissent is weakening, rather than strengthening, the party. In light of the recent rumors around a letter calling for Xi’s resignation, how do you assess the strength of the party one year on?
"The Era of Crowds: Gustave Le Bon, Crowd Psychology, and Conceptualizations of Mass-Elite Relations in China",
in Antje Fluechter and Jivanta Schoettli, eds., The Dynamics of Transculturality, pp. 157-183. Springer, 2014.
“Soft Power with Chinese Characteristics? Adaptation and Development of a Fashionable Concept in China”,
in Lion König and Bidisha Chaudhuri, eds., Politics of the Other in India and China: Western Concepts in Non-Western Contexts. Routledge, 2016.
Chinese International Relations (IR) Scholars’ Publishing Practices and Language: The ‘Peaceful Rise’—Debate,
in: Globalizing International Relations: Scholarship Amidst Divides and Diversity, pp. 135-163, 2016.
in: The Diplomat, 17 October 2016.
Whose Voices Shape China’s Global Image? Links Between Reporting Conditions and Quoted Sources in News about China,
in: Journal of Contemporary China, March 31, 2017.
New Kid on the Block: The ambitions of the People’s Liberation Army are beginning to approach Europe’s backyard,
in: Berlin Policy Journal, January/February 2017.
in: Foreign Affairs, April 17, 2016.