This is the first in our three part interview series with American Enterprise Institute scholars. This week, we speak with Katharine Stevens, the head of AEI’s early-childhood program.
Our fourteenth interview features Professor Xiaoyuan Liu, who teaches East Asian Studies and History at the University of Virginia. We discuss the influence of China’s history in the 20th century particularly the Cold War, his background growing up under Chairman Mao, and his personal identity in academia.
Our tenth interview features William Inboden, Executive Director of the Clements Center for National Security and Professor of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin. We discuss the changing international nature of the US presidency, religious freedom, and the increasing military threats of China and Russia.