Christopher Tang is a Ph.D. candidate in the History Department of Cornell University, specializing in China under Mao. His forthcoming dissertation examines propaganda, political mobilization, and the making of the Cultural Revolution in China’s 1960. He has previously written about the emergence and utility of Sino-Pakistani relations during the Cold War period, as well as the evolution of their bilateral border relations since the formation of the People’s Republic of China. He received his M.A. and B.A. from McGill University.

Last Updated: April 24, 2015



A New Era for China and Pakistan?

Andrew Small, Paul J. Smith & more
This week, Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Islamabad and showered Pakistan with attention and promises of $46 billion in development support. What does this intensified Sino-Pakistani engagement mean for Asia and the rest of the world? —The...