Upcoming Events

Tiktok, Wechat, and U.S.-China Decoupling: An Explanation and Analysis

Melissa E. Hathaway, Gary Rieschel
Thursday, August 13, 2020 4:00 PM to 5:15 PM EDT
Zoom Webinar

What do the Executive Orders banning transactions with ByteDance and Tencent mean for U.S.-China technology decoupling and bilateral venture capital investing?


How Can Diplomacy Avert a New Cold War with China?

Susan A. Thornton, Beatrice Camp
Monday, August 17, 2020 4:00 PM to 5:15 PM EDT
Zoom Webinar

Join retired American diplomats Susan Thornton and Beatrice Camp as they reflect on the role of diplomacy in the escalating war of words between the United States and China.


Fateful Decisions: Choices that Will Shape China’s Future

Thomas Fingar, Jean C. Oi
Thursday, August 20, 2020 4:00 PM to 5:15 PM EDT
Zoom Webinar

Thomas Fingar and Jean Oi discuss some of the major challenges confronting China’s leaders today, and what their decisions may portend for the future.


Recent Events

August 11, 2020
Paul Pickowicz

Paul Pickowicz visited China in 1971 as one of 14 American graduate students with a Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars delegation.

August 6, 2020
Philip Bucksbaum, Bradley Farnsworth

As U.S.-China relations continue to deteriorate, two components of the relationship that have been successful in the past are increasingly coming under attack: higher education and scientific collaboration.

August 5, 2020
Anla Cheng, Erika Lee, Nancy Yao Maasbach, Jerry Yang

Anla Cheng, Erika Lee, and Nancy Yao Maasbach convened in a conversation moderated by Jerry Yang to share their insights on the critical issues of anti-Asian racism, generational divides, the model minority myth, and Sino-American relations.

July 30, 2020
George Gao, Margaret Hamburg, Gordon Liu, Mark McClellan, Julia Spencer

A moderated discussion featuring five track II healthcare dialogue participants (three American, two Chinese), on the current state of and key takeaways from the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as main points from the most recent U.S.-China Track II Dialogue on Healthcare.

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