June Teufel Dreyer is a professor of political science at the University of Miami and a senior fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute. She also has served as Chief Far East Specialist for the Library of Congress and as Asia Advisor to the Chief of Naval Operations. Dr. Dreyer was a commissioner on the U.S.-China Security and Economic Review Commission from 2001 to 2006.
In late July 2012, Beijing officially established a new city, Sansha, literally “three sands” or “three sandbanks” (Xinhua, July 24). The name carried well-thought out symbolism, since the new city
By June Teufel Dreyer Precisely thirty years to the day after Richard Nixon's historic visit to the People's Republic of China, President George W. Bush arrived in Beijing. Although the
By June Teufel Dreyer [For this issue China Brief is pleased to offer a debate on Gordon Chang's recent book "The Coming Collapse of China" (Random House, 2001). In his
By June Teufel Dreyer Reports that Chinese responded with laughter to pictures of terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center are bewildering. More Chinese nationals perished in these attacks than
By June Teufel Dreyer Beijing's recent disclosure that at least ten directors of public security (police) bureaus at or above county level were found to have close connections with local