The China Studies Review (CSR) is a publication of the China Studies Program at the Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). CSR publishes interdisciplinary work by graduate students conducting research on China, including history, political science, economics, policy, and area studies projects.
Beginning as a collection of working papers by a group of students in SAIS China Studies, CSR has evolved to become a unique, interdisciplinary compendium of original graduate-level research on China.
The China Studies Review takes no positions; all posted articles or materials do not necessarily represent the views of SAIS or Johns Hopkins University.
Editor in Chief – 2020
Mario Colella – firstname.lastname@example.org
Previous SAIS China Studies Review Editors
Editor in Chief – 2019
Managing Editor – 2019
Kyle Schut – Editor-in-Chief, 2018
Analyst at Bulletin Intelligence
Kaj Malden – Editor-in-Chief, 2017
Project Consultant at APCO Worldwide
Adam Lee – Executive Editor, 2017
Ph.D. student at Johns Hopkins SAIS
Kendrick Kuo – Editor-in-Chief, 2015
Ph.D. student at George Washington University