Wenyuan Wu

Wenyuan Wu

Wenyuan Wu holds a PhD in international studies from the University of Miami. Her research covers governance and energy reform issues in China, the United States and Latin America.

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Opinion | Donald Trump’s stoking of anti-China racism over the coronavirus puts Asian-Americans in a tight spot

On top of the economic and public health challenges, Asian-Americans are also the target of xenophobic attacks fanned by the major-power competition between the US and China.

On top of the economic and public health challenges, Asian-Americans are also the target of xenophobic attacks fanned by the major-power competition between the US and China.

20 Mar 2020 - 3:37AM
Opinion | As China’s economic growth engine slows, is its war on pollution losing steam?

Facing pressures such as the trade war, a global economic slowdown and a decline in domestic consumption, China’s leaders are looking to boost the economy. Balancing this impulse with environmental protection will be challenging.

Facing pressures such as the trade war, a global economic slowdown and a decline in domestic consumption, China’s leaders are looking to boost the economy. Balancing this impulse with environmental protection will be challenging.

22 Mar 2019 - 1:40AM
How can China win its ‘war on pollution’ and meet its growing energy needs? Carbon capture technology may be key

Coal consumption is surging in China, despite official plans for clean energy. To reduce emissions, the country should develop carbon capture technology on a mass scale.

Coal consumption is surging in China, despite official plans for clean energy. To reduce emissions, the country should develop carbon capture technology on a mass scale.

24 Aug 2018 - 5:56PM
The View | Why nuclear energy will fuel power-hungry China’s dreams of national rejuvenation

Given China’s pressing energy needs and its drive to reduce carbon emissions, the country has no choice but to invest heavily in nuclear power.

Given China’s pressing energy needs and its drive to reduce carbon emissions, the country has no choice but to invest heavily in nuclear power.

9 Jul 2018 - 10:32PM
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