The 19th Chinese Communist Party Congress: Implications for the United States and Its Allies
October 25, 2017
Richard J. Ellings
William C. McCahill Jr.
NBR's President Richard J. Ellings sat down with William "Bill" McCahill on October 25, 2017, to discuss the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China and its implications for the United States and its allies. McCahill is a Senior Resident Fellow at NBR.
Listen to audio of the discussion below.
Richard J. Ellings is President of The National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR) and Affiliate Professor of International Studies at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington. NBR is a nonprofit, nonpartisan institution whose mission is to inform and strengthen policy in the Asia-Pacific. Co-founder of NBR, he has served as the institution’s Executive Director and sits on the Board of Directors.
William (Bill) McCahill joined NBR as a Senior Resident Fellow in November 2016. He focuses on Chinese domestic politics and policies, and on how those affect foreign investors and businesses in China. His professional experience in China dates from 1976.