Senior Fellow, American Foreign Policy Council
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Joshua Eisenman is a senior fellow in China studies at the American Foreign Policy Council (AFPC) and adjunct professor of politics at New York University.
Prior to joining the AFPC, Eisenman worked on the staff of the Congressionally mandated U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission. He has also held the positions of fellow at the New America Foundation; assistant director of China studies at The Nixon Center; and consultant for Armitage International, L.C., Brookings Institution, the European Commission, U.S. Department of State, U.S. Department of Defense, and the National Intelligence Council. During 2009–2010, Eisenman taught Chinese foreign policy and African politics at UCLA, and the politics of East Asia at New York University.
Along with Ambassador David H. Shinn, he is the co-author of A Century of China-Africa Relations. Eisenman was co-editor of China and the Developing World: Beijing's Strategy for the 21st Century and author of the book's chapter on China-Africa relations.
Eisenman's articles have appeared in a variety of publications, including Far Eastern Economic Review, Current History, Asian Wall Street Journal, and The Baltimore Sun. He has spoken at numerous venues, including the Council on Foreign Relations, Harvard University, Brookings Institution, Carnegie Council, American Enterprise Institute, the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa, the Asia Society in Hong Kong, and the Shanghai International Studies University.
- Supply Chains, and China's Interests in Africa (Audio)
- China's Wild West (Policy Library)
- Beijing Delegation (Videos)
- Building a Foundation of Trust (Innovations)
- Can "Responsible Stakeholder" Hold? (Commentary)
- China and the Developing World (Audio)
- China's New-Rich and Global Responsibility (Policy Library)
- China-Japan Oil Rivalry Spills Over into Africa (Policy Library)
Last Updated: Jun 15, 2012