May 24, 2022 | 8:00 PM EDT
Four National Committee directors consider the past, present, and future prospects of the U.S.-China relationship.
June 2, 2022 | 8:30 PM EDT
Yangyang Cheng, Steven Chu, and Eileen Guo discuss the future of U.S.-China scientific research collaboration and security with Margaret Lewis.
Laura Silver discusses American views on China described in an April 2022 Pew Research Center report.
Tom Cooney and William Lai discuss the electric vehicle market in China and the United States in conversation with Sarah Tatsis.
Sue Mi Terry analyzes North Korea’s recent weapons tests, China’s response, and the implications for U.S.-China relations.
Kevin Rudd explains how the United States and China can avoid disaster through “managed strategic competition.”
Jing Tsu and Pete Millwood discuss cultural exchange in the context of the U.S.-China relationship with Keisha Brown.
Xiaoyu Pu and Maria Repnikova discuss China’s media coverage of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Gang Chen discusses his case and reflects on the end of the China Initiative, its significance for him and the broader scientific community.
Ivana Karásková discusses the evolving EU-China relationship with Matt Ferchen.
Jan Berris tells stories from her Ping Pong Diplomacy days and reflects on the legacy of the ping pong teams’ visits to each country on U.S.-China relations today.
Jie Chen, Jennifer Lin, Sheila Melvin, and Booker Rowe reflect on the film, Beethoven in Beijing, about the Philadelphia Orchestra’s 1973 China tour, and on cultural exchange.
Kelly Sims Gallagher discusses the role climate finance plays in global climate action, highlighting opportunities for U.S.-China cooperation.
U.C. San Diego professor of political science Victor Shih analyzes China’s recent Two Sessions meeting.