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David Gitter is the Director of the Party Watch Initiative, a Project 2049 Institute program that tracks the latest activities of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and specializes in analysis of authoritative open source Chinese language materials. Prior to joining the Institute, he has worked in various analytical capacities at the Congressional Research Service (CRS), the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy (OUSDP), Project 2049 Institute, and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) focusing on Chinese foreign policy and broader Asian security issues. Gitter received his MA in Asian Studies from the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University. He has lived, worked, and studied in Beijing, China and has working proficiency in Mandarin.

For more on the Party Watch Initiative see www.ccpwatch.org

Publications:

Gitter, D. & Kania, E. 2017. The Limits of CCP Liaison Work: Rift, Rapprochement, and Realpolitik in Sino-Vietnamese Relations?, Project 2049 Institute.

Gitter, D. & Sutter, R. 2016. Taiwan's Strong but Stifled Foundations of National Power, The Natioanal Bureau of Asian Research .

Gitter, D. 2014. China’s Friendship Treaty: a Distraction from South China Sea Diplomacy, Asia Eye, Project 2049 Institute.

Gitter, D. 2014. China's Economic Leverage in Hong Kong a Warning for Taiwan, Asia Eye, Project 2049 Institute.

Gitter, D. 2014. After Hong Kong, Macau?, Asia Eye, Project 2049 Institute.

 
 

 

 
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