How will the United States respond to China's growing global presence?
Presented by Dr. Qun Wang.
For the past ten years, the United States and China have been locked in a competition for who has the greatest global influence. One major point of contention is the status of Taiwanese sovereignty, which has become even more relevant recently with the possibility that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine may prompt China to take similar action regarding Taiwan. How will the United States engage a China which is increasingly seeking to expand its sphere of influence?
Assistant Professor Dr. Qun Wang received his PhD in Public Policy and Master of Public Affairs from Indiana University Bloomington. He was selected as an Emerging Scholar by the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action in 2020. Supported by various fellowships and grants, he has published articles in journals such as Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, International Management Journal, and Governance and Nonprofit Policy Forum.
Dr. Wang’s research interests are nonprofit management, cross-sector collaboration, social innovation and impact, public policy, and comparative politics focusing on China. His current research examines how different leadership roles affect nonprofit organizations’ financial performance under authoritarianism. His professional experiences include managing nonprofit and for-profit organizations and providing consultation to organizations across sectors.