Updated: Sep 22
An American expert on race and international relations Professor Clarence Lusane explains why a strife-torn America is in no position to ask tough questions of China.
(Dr. Clarence Lusane is a full Professor of Political Science and International Relations, and the former Program Director for Comparative and Regional Studies in the School of International Service at the American University, Washington D.C. He teaches courses in comparative race relations, modern social movements, comparative politics of the Americas and Europe and jazz and international relations. He is an author, activist, and scholar, and a well-respected expert in the areas of human rights, global race relations, U.S. elections and politics, and international relations).