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Shannon Tiezzi

Shannon Tiezzi

Shannon Tiezzi is Editor-in-Chief at The Diplomat.

Her main focus is on China, and she writes on China’s foreign relations, domestic politics, and economy. Shannon previously served as a research associate at the U.S.-China Policy Foundation, where she hosted the weekly television show “China Forum.” She received her A.M. from Harvard University and her B.A. from The College of William and Mary. Shannon has also studied at Tsinghua University in Beijing.

Posts by Shannon Tiezzi
February 09, 2022

Megan Walsh on Understanding China Through Its Literature

By Shannon Tiezzi
In a new book, Walsh explores the wildly divergent genres and styles of writing that are popular in China today.

February 04, 2022

What Putin and Xi Said (and Didn’t Say) About Ukraine

By Shannon Tiezzi
The two leaders reaffirmed the "no limits" friendship between China and Russia in their first in-person meeting since 2019 – but they notably danced around the topic of Ukraine.
February 02, 2022

Chandran Nair on White Privilege in International Relations

By Shannon Tiezzi
“The West harbors an anachronistic sense of superiority over others and retains privileges from its colonial exploits and setting up the 'international rules-based system.'”

February 01, 2022

Chad Bown: Revisiting the China-US ‘Phase One’ Trade Deal

By Shannon Tiezzi
“Even if not for the reasons initially expected, history is likely to judge the Phase One agreement as having played a fairly important role in U.S.-China trade relations over 2020-21.”

January 29, 2022

Who’s Coming to the Beijing Olympics?

By Shannon Tiezzi
The list of attendees underscores the political -- rather than sporting -- significance of the 2022 Winter Olympics.

January 14, 2022

US State Department Study Dismisses China’s ‘Unlawful Maritime Claims’ in South China Sea

By Shannon Tiezzi
The study examined the legal case for China’s South China Sea claims and found it wanting.
January 07, 2022

China Looks to Play More Active Role in Horn of Africa Conflicts

By Shannon Tiezzi
Just after his visit to Eritrea, Foreign Minister Wang Yi announced the creation of special envoy post for the region, presumably to address the Tigray war.

January 04, 2022

Elizabeth Economy on ‘The World According to China’

By Shannon Tiezzi
“China’s ability to influence the behavior of international actors is often less than we believe.”

December 10, 2021

China, Nicaragua Seal Diplomatic Ties as Taiwan Loses Another Official Partner

By Shannon Tiezzi
Nicaragua was arguably the lowest-hanging fruit of any of Taiwan's remaining diplomatic allies.

December 07, 2021

White House Makes It Official: No US Delegation to Attend Beijing 2022 Olympics

By Shannon Tiezzi
China vowed “countermeasures” to the diplomatic boycott as the Biden administration renewed pressure over China's abuses in Xinjiang.

December 01, 2021

Which Asia-Pacific Countries Were (and Weren’t) Invited to the US Summit for Democracy?

By Shannon Tiezzi
The guest list underscores the region’s ambivalent relationship with democracy and political freedom.
November 17, 2021

Biden, Xi Emphasize Conflict Management at First Virtual Summit

By Shannon Tiezzi
China-U.S. differences were on display, but both leaders also expressed a commitment to keeping tensions from erupting into conflict.

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