Josef Gregory Mahoney

Josef Gregory Mahoney is professor of politics at East China Normal University in Shanghai, where he also directs the International Centre for Advanced Political Studies and the international graduate programme in politics. He was previously with the Central Compilation and Translation Bureau in Beijing, then China’s leading think tank.
Josef Gregory Mahoney
Josef Gregory Mahoney is professor of politics at East China Normal University in Shanghai, where he also directs the International Centre for Advanced Political Studies and the international graduate programme in politics. He was previously with the Central Compilation and Translation Bureau in Beijing, then China’s leading think tank.

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Opinion | Donald Trump’s strategy was never about alienating the world – it was always about containing China

With the unveiling of the Indo-Pacific Economic Vision, the apparent resolution of the trade dispute with the EU and the cosying up with Russia, it is now clear that the US president has been working towards a strategy of turning other countries against Beijing.

29 Sep 2018 - 2:36PM

With the unveiling of the Indo-Pacific Economic Vision, the apparent resolution of the trade dispute with the EU and the cosying up with Russia, it is now clear that the US president has been working towards a strategy of turning other countries against Beijing.

Donald Trump’s strategy was never about alienating the world – it was always about containing China
Xi Jinping is making his bid for the history books by pitting himself against Deng’s legacy

Xi Jinping is pitting himself against Deng Xiaoping’s legacy, particularly his vision of collective leadership.

6 Mar 2018 - 9:17PM

Xi Jinping is pitting himself against Deng Xiaoping’s legacy, particularly his vision of collective leadership.

Xi Jinping is making his bid for the history books by pitting himself against Deng’s legacy
Poland’s Holocaust law is about much more than anti-Semitism

Behind Poland’s controversial new law lurk some disturbing suspicions regarding the country’s Jewish community – but also anti-EU and anti-German sentiment, not to mention nationalist and economic concerns over potential Holocaust reparations.

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM

Behind Poland’s controversial new law lurk some disturbing suspicions regarding the country’s Jewish community – but also anti-EU and anti-German sentiment, not to mention nationalist and economic concerns over potential Holocaust reparations.

Poland’s Holocaust law is about much more than anti-Semitism
How to make the South China Sea more secure – for both China and its neighbours