General Issues of China:
- Sinica: The Sinica Podcast is a weekly discussion of current affairs in China hosted by long-time Beijing residents Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn.
- Center for Chinese Studies Podcasts (UCLA)
- The ChinaPower Podcast: The ChinaPower Podcast dissects critical issues underpinning China’s emergence as a global power. By bringing together the leading minds on China and international politics, the series offers our listeners critical insights into the challenges and opportunities presented by China’s rise.
- China 21 (UC Saniego: 21st Century China Centre): China 21 is a podcast about China’s economy, politics, society and their implications for international affairs.
- China in the World (Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy)
- Made in China Podcast: International Business | Crowdfunding | Entrepreneurship:
Economy of China:
- NPR: Stories about Chinese economy.
- McKinsey on China: In this podcast, consultants from McKinsey’s Greater China Practice delve into the issues and trends shaping business and the economy in this dynamic region.
Politics of China:
- MERICS Mercator Institute for China Studies: MERICS researchers discuss and analyze developments and current affairs in China.
General Political Science:
Business and Economy of China:
- Silicon Hutong: China and the World of Business
- Michael Pettis’ China Financial Markets (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace )
- China Economic Watch (Peterson Institute for International Economics)
Politics of China:
- China Policy Institute: Analysis: The China Policy Institute is a research centre based at the University of Nottingham focusing on all aspects of contemporary China, Taiwan and China’s global engagement. The China Policy Institute does not privilege political positions and the views published in Analysis are those of the author.
- Science of Politics: Focuses on Chinese urbanization and development.
- ChinaFAQ’s: The Network for Climate and Energy Information.
General Poli Sci:
- Cheap Talk: A blog about economics, politics and the random interests of forty-something professors.
- The Quantitative Peace: Explorations of Empirical and Formal Research in Political Science.
- Understanding Society: Innovative thinking about a global world.
- Asecondmouse: Social science methodology, usually topics related to statistical forecasting; politics, particularly that dealing with violent political conflict and the post- democratic transition in the U.S.; changes in the academic environment.
- Saideman’s Semi-Spew: International Relations, Ethnic Conflict, Civil-Military Relations, Academia, Politics in General, Selected Silliness.
- Social Movements in World Politics: Making sense of movements, rebellions, and revolutions (with occasional comments on East Asia, North Korea, and military bases).
- Radical Political Economy
- Monkey Cage: The Monkey Cage’s mission is to connect political scientists and the political conversation by creating a compelling forum, developing publicly focused scholars, and building an informed audience.
- Mobilizing Ideas: Study of social movements.
- Political Violence at A Glance
- International Trade, 1870-2014: The trade dataset is the result of the effort to code trade flows between states (as defined by the Correlates of War project) for the period 1870-2014. The data include information on both bilateral trade flows and total national imports and exports. The dyadic trade dataset describes import and export data in current U.S. dollars for pairs of sovereign states. The National (Monadic) Trade dataset contains information on individual states import and export levels in current U.S. dollars.
- Archigos, 1875-2004: A Data Base on Leaders 1875 – 2004.
- Diplomatic Exchange, 1871 – 2005: The Correlates of War Diplomatic Exchange data set captures diplomatic representation at the level of chargé d’affaires, minister, and ambassador between members of the Correlates of War interstate system. The 2006 version of the data set includes information for the following years: 1817, 1824, 1827, 1832, 1836, 1840, every five years between 1844 and 1914, every five years between 1920 and 1940, and every five years between 1950 and 2005. The dyadic data describe the level of diplomatic representation and diplomatic exchange between members in the COW system.
- The Quality of Government Institute: Here we offer a range of datasets available for free, a data visualization tool as well as some tips and hints on the use of the data.
- Dynamics of Collective Action, 1955-1995
- Eyes on China Project: A group of photographers documenting the world’s most populated country.
- That’s Beijing: News, culture, fashion and food from China’s capital.
- That’s Shanghai: Your essential guide to China’s most happening city.
- Dixphoto: 22 photographers from different cities of China capture the changing cities through there lens.
- ginch0748: Street photography of Hefei and Anhui.
- 一言: Documentary Photography of China.