Meg Tobin is an American Mandarin Society Next Generation Scholar. She has a Master's degree in law and diplomacy from The Fletcher School. She previously researched public health as a Luce Scholar at National Taiwan University, has studied Mandarin in Beijing and Taipei, and has worked as a pastry chef in Boston and Providence.
Paul Haenle on North Korea, Taiwan, U.S.-China relations, and more
This week, Kaiser chats with Paul Haenle, who is the Maurice R. Greenberg Director of the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, and previously served on the National Security Council as a staffer under both George W. Bush and Barack Obama. Their conversation — which runs the gamut from North Korea to Taiwan to the Belt […]