The CSIS Freeman Chair in China Studies is dedicated to engaging in rigorous public policy analysis, making strategic policy recommendations, and convening experts on issues central to China and its evolving place on the world stage.
The CSIS Freeman Chair in China Studies was established in the late 1990s to advance the study of China and to promote understanding between the United States and the countries of the Asia-Pacific region. Key areas of focus for the Freeman Chair include Chinese politics, military and security policy, the economy and industrial policy, China’s relations with its neighbors and major powers, and China’s growing role in global institutions.
The CSIS Strategic Technologies Program conducts research on technology, innovation, and public policy to inform effective policy.
The CSIS Strategic Technologies Program provides pragmatic, data-driven, analysis and recommendations written for a global audience. Its current research agenda includes projects on security, innovation and the future of the internet. These projects explore the challenges of digital technologies and how these technologies are reshaping politics, international security, and innovation. The Program’s work on cybersecurity helps define the global agenda and it work, including its Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency, continues to shape policy and practice in countries around the world.