Scott Moore is a political scientist whose interests center on environmental sustainability, technology, and international relations. He is the author of Subnational Hydropolitics: Conflict, Cooperation, and Institution-Building in Shared River Basins. Prior to entering public service, he was a Giorgio Ruffolo Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Harvard, and his writing has appeared in publications including Nature, The China Quarterly, Foreign Affairs, and The New York Times. Scott holds doctoral and master’s degrees from Oxford University and an undergraduate degree from Princeton. He is a Truman, Fulbright, and Rhodes Scholar, and currently director of the Penn Global China Program.
China’s ethnic policy in Xinjiang and Tibet: The move toward assimilation
This week on the Sinica Podcast, Jeremy and Kaiser speak with Tashi Rabgey, research professor of international affairs at George Washington University and director of the Tibet Governance Project. They are joined by returning guest Jim Millward, professor of history at Georgetown University and renowned scholar of Xinjiang and Central Asia. This episode focuses on […]
It snowed recently in Beijing, leading to some wonderfully fresh views of familiar landmarks. Here's the famous White Pagoda (白塔 bái tǎ) at Beihai Park near the heart of Beijing, caught in just the right waning light. Photo by Eric Favreliere