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President-elect Biden Warns China in First Talk with New Japanese Prime Minister

By | 2020-12-01T18:52:38+00:00 December 1st, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

In his first diplomatic conversation with the new Japanese Prime Minister, President-elect Joe Biden committed the U.S. to Japan’s defense of its disputed islands with China. It was a clear and early warning to China that a new team is in charge. As a ...

Japanese TV Political Analyst Compares 2016 and 2020 Election Nights

By | 2020-11-16T22:40:02+00:00 November 16th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

“It’s not the chaos, but the dark and hostile tone.”Toshihiro Nakayama, one of Japan’s most famous TV political commentators, has covered America’s two Donald Trump elections. In 2016, in surprise, he stopped commentary for more than a minute when the ...

Election Central – Foreign Policy Impact: U.S. and Japan – Nov. 11

By | 2020-11-11T18:18:43+00:00 November 11th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

On November 11, join the conversation of the U.S. election results, the recent change in government in Japan, and their foreign policy impacts on the U.S.-Japanese alliance and policy in the Indo-Pacific region.Returning is frequent Korbel School speak...

Post-Election Day Video Now Available

By | 2020-11-11T17:55:40+00:00 November 11th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

The Nov. 4th post-Election Day video on “What Happened? Why? What’s Next?” is now ready for viewing. On Nov. 4th, Korbel School Dean Fritz Mayer and Pollster and Professor Floyd Ciruli reviewed the results, the final polling and the political implicati...

Election Central – Foreign Policy Impact: U.S. and Japan – Nov. 11

By | 2020-10-30T17:43:32+00:00 October 30th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

On November 11, join the conversation on the foreign policy impacts of the U.S. election results and its effect on the U.S.-Japanese alliance and policy in the Indo-Pacific region.Returning is former Dean and frequent Korbel School speaker, Ambassador ...

Crossley Center Election Coverage Continues

By | 2020-10-30T15:30:28+00:00 October 30th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

The Crossley Center with the Korbel School and University of Denver are committed to a program that informs the electorate about the issues and political environment and provides opportunities for public engagement. The Friends of the Crossley Center h...

Election Central Videos Are Now Available

By | 2020-10-28T19:03:16+00:00 October 28th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

Many Friends of the Crossley Center have requested the videos of the election Zoom programs held this October. They are now ready for viewing. Join Professor Ciruli as he hosts Election Central programs. Forecasting and Who Wins the Presidency and...

The Nov. 3rd Election: What Happened? Why? What’s Next?

By | 2020-10-23T18:28:41+00:00 October 23rd, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

The public believes November 3 will be the most important election in a generation. On November 4, Dean Fritz Mayer and Professor Floyd Ciruli will review what’s known and unknown in the presidential and senate results. Was it decisive or a muddle? Wha...

Colorado Election Experts – Two Weeks Out

By | 2020-10-20T20:17:28+00:00 October 20th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

The Crossley Center for Public Opinion Research presents a Zoom conversation on October 21 at 3:00 pm MT with a panel of top political, policy and media experts discussing the competitive races in Colorado: presidential, senate and congressional, legis...

The U.S. and China in the 2020 Election – A New Cold War?

By | 2020-10-09T20:01:53+00:00 October 9th, 2020|APSIA Member Blog Posts|

Is China an issue in the 2020 election? Are presidential campaigns likely to affect China policy? Will the next administration inherit a new Cold War regardless of who wins?Professors Floyd Ciruli and Suisheng “Sam” Zhao discuss the issues to 200 frien...