American and Chinese experts from academia, think tanks and industry gather in New York City for a two-day dialogue to explore the energy outlook for both countries for the rest of the decade in light of significant energy and climate change developments during the past year.
Delegations of government officials, scholars, and experts travel to the U.S. and China to find more productive ways of managing public participation in issues such as eminent domain, demolition, and relocation.
In a conference call moderated by Stephen Orlins, Professors Jerome Cohen and David Lampton discuss the Chen Guangcheng situation and its impact on U.S.-China relations.
National Committee organizes first ever U.S. visit of a delegation from the People’s Republic of China. In between competitions, Chinese delegation gets a taste of what life is like in the United States.
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