Chas W. Freeman

Chas Freeman was the main interpreter for U.S. President Richard Nixon in his 1972 visit to China and was the U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia from 1989 to 1992. He is currently Senior Fellow at Brown University's Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs.

China in the Times to Come

How can Americans understand China as it is — not as politicians and pundits prefer to depict it?

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Diplomacy and Empire (Part III)

What can the United States do to regain its image as a haven of freedom?

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Diplomacy and Empire (Part II)

How might the United States’ aggressive international leadership cause it to lose its economic preeminence?

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Diplomacy and Empire (Part I)

How has the nature of U.S. world leadership fundamentally changed in the 21st century?

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China as a Military Boogieman in the U.S. Policy Debate

Does China really pose a military threat to the United States?

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