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Matt Schiavenza

Matt Schiavenza is assistant director of content at Asia Society and senior editor of Asia Society Magazine. His work has been published in The Atlantic, The New Republic, The Daily Beast, Fortune, The Los Angeles Review of Books, and many other publications. He is based in New York City.


America’s Open Secret

Universities across the country are demanding a reckoning with the 'China Initiative' — the Department of Justice's three-year-old program to stop China's espionage efforts and intellectual property theft. Critics point to its flawed prosecutions of professors and a seeming focus on clerical errors instead of...

The Yum Model

When one of the biggest fast food brands in the world spun off its China operations, naysayers warned it would miss out on massive growth potential. But the setup’s success since could serve as a reality check for U.S. companies.

Inside Man

After a career spent currying favor with China's top leadership, is there still a U.S. audience for Robert L. Kuhn's message?