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College Rankings Stir Interest
U.S. News and World Report released the latest edition of their controversial "America's Best Colleges." Hamilton College was ranked 20th among liberal arts colleges. Many view the list as problematic and claim it does a poor job representing the various strengths of colleges. More ...
CNY Pops Up in College Ratings
Hamilton College was ranked 20th among national liberal arts colleges in U.S. News and World Report's latest college rankings. Some criticize the rankings as inaccurate and misleading. More ...
Cheng Li Writes Three Articles
Professor of Government Cheng Li has written three articles: "China's Political Succession: Four Myths in the U.S.,” published in Foreign Policy in Focus (May 2001); "China's Political Succession" published in Asia Program Report (June 2001); and "From Red to Green? The Chinese Communist Party at 80" (also translated into Russian, French, Spanish and other foreign languages) published in Project Syndicate (July, 2001). He also was invited to deliver a speech to an audience of 2,500 at the Chautauqua Institute in July. During the summer, Li gave a number of briefings to U.S. government agencies and non-governmental research institutions such as The Rand Corp. and the Hoover Institute at Stanford University. He was frequently interviewed on national and international media, including BBC, Voice of America and Free Asia Radio. His work has been quoted or reviewed in The Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor, South China Morning Post, The Taipei Times, The Australian Financial Review, China Business Review, Los Angeles Times and Reuters News Service. More ...
Internship with Congressman LaFalce
Daniel Webster, a junior at Hamilton College majoring in philosophy and minoring in public policy, completed an internship in the office of Congressman John J. LaFalce, D-29th District. Webster handled a variety of projects in assisting the congressman, including communicating with federal agencies, research responsibilities, and casework. More ...
A Careful Boost for US-China Ties
Cheng Li, professor of government, comments on US-China talks as leaders from both nations meet in a bid to continue improving relations between the two countries. Chinese President Jiang Zemen invited four leading US senators to the Beidaihe resort where high-level talks were held. While no significant breathroughs developed, both sides voiced strong opinions on issues affecting US-China relations. The US senators questioned Chinese policies on sensitive weapons, missile technology and human rights policy, while Jiang expressed continued doubts about President Bush's proposed national missile defense (NMD) shield. More ...
Beijing Heavyweights Warm To Issue Of Succession
Chinese professor Cheng Li is quoted in this story about the generational change in chinese politics. More ...
Another Tycoon Takes Money and Runs - For Office
Professor Phil Klinkner is quoted in this story about when businessmen try to run for political positions. More ...
I Sold My Soul On Ebay as a Performance Art Project, John Freyer is Selling Everything He Owns on The Internet
Hamilton alum John Freyer is selling everything he owns as a performance art project. More ...
Personal Memories of Revolution Enhance Li's Expertise About China
The story is about chinese professor, Cheng Li's expertise about China. The Hamilton College professor is quoted extensively about Chinese politics. More ...
China Burns for Olympic Flame; The Decision Tomorrow on Who Hosts the 2008 Games Could Alter Beijing
For China, winning the bid for the 2008 Summer Games has a significant impact on the nation. hamilton Government Professor Cheng Li is quoted. More ...
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