Evan A. Feigenbaum

a nonresident senior associate, The Carnegie Asia Program

Evan A. Feigenbaum is a nonresident senior associate in the Asia Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Based in Chicago, he is also the vice chairman of the Paulson Institute, an independent center, located at the University of Chicago, established by former Treasury secretary and Goldman Sachs CEO Hank Paulson. Initially an academic with a PhD in Chinese politics, Feigenbaum’s career has spanned government service, think tanks, the private sector, and three major regions of Asia.

Articles by Evan A. Feigenbaum

China as a Responsible Stakeholder? A Decade Later
In 2005, then-Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick used the term "responsible stakeholder" to address how China should wield its influence in the coming future. In his remarks, he classified the U. ...
Lenin's Chinese Heirs
For 35 years, the central issue confronting China's leaders has been a primarily economic one: how to assure a continued run of rapid economic growth. Indeed, so important was China's quest for growth that it became, in effect, the leadership's default solution to a vast array of political and so ...
U.S.-India Ties in the Age of Xi Jinping
When Chinese President Xi Jinping visits Washington this week, the United States and India will have an opportunity to assess—and then bolster—their nascent cooperation in Asia. The fact is, this triangular relationship matters. It has often been argued that the United States and India do ...
Obama Should Confront Xi on the South China Sea, International Economic Policy
It has long been presumed that economic integration can and will mitigate U.S.-China security competition. But to put it bluntly, this does not seem to be happening. So when President Xi Jinping visits Washington next month, it is essential that the U.S. and China use his visit to confront, not t ...
The New Asian Order:And How the United States Fits In
In November 2012, I found myself at the Trident Hotel in Mumbai—one of a tiny handful of Americans attending a forum, sponsored by prominent Indian and Chinese business organizations, on Asian financial integration. There is something a bit unsettling about being nearly the only Americ ...
How Should the U.S. Conduct the Xi Jinping State Visit?
It has long been presumed that economic integration can and will mitigate U.S.-China security competition. But to put it bluntly, this does not seem to be happening. So when President Xi Jinping visits Washington next month, it is essential that the U.S. and China use his visit to confront, not t ...