Upcoming Events

The Power of Place: Contentious Politics in Twentieth-Century Shanghai and Bombay

Mark W. Frazier
Thursday, October 3, 2019 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM EDT
National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, New York, NY

Protests were frequent in twentieth-century Shanghai and Bombay (known as Mumbai since 1995). Mark Frazier examines contemporary debates in both metropolises regarding informal housing, displacement of inner-city residents, job scarcity, and questions of unequal citizenship in historical context.


Active Defense: China’s Military Strategy Since 1949

M. Taylor Fravel
Thursday, October 10, 2019 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM EDT
National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, New York, NY

M. Taylor Fravel examines the security threats China has faced over the past 70 years, investigating how and why the country’s defense strategies have changed.


2019 Gala Dinner

Thursday, November 14, 2019 6:30 PM EST
Grand Hyatt New York, 109 East 42nd Street, New York, NY

The National Committee invites you to join us for our annual black-tie Gala Dinner. This year's esteemed honoree is Ray Dalio, founder, co-chief investment officer and co-chairman of Bridgewater Associates, LP. As the world's largest hedge fund, Bridgewater represents an important and influential presence in global economic relations. Ray is also the author of the bestseller Principles: Life and Work.


Recent Events

September 18, 2019
Jude D. Blanchette

Jude Blanchette surveys the intellectual and political debates of the last few decades, and concludes that Mao is making a resurgence.

September 12, 2019
Matt Sheehan

Matt Sheehan describes his professional path, lending insight into non-traditional careers in the China space and the challenges and opportunities these paths present.

September 10, 2019
Matt Sheehan

Matt Sheehan examines the varied, broad, and deep ties between the state of California and China to illustrate what is happening on the ground beyond the power centers of Beijing and Washington.

September 4, 2019
Ezra F. Vogel

Dr. Ezra Vogel examines the long history of Sino-Japanese relations, arguing that both sides must acknowledge the other country’s grievances for their own sake, as well as for the benefit of the region and the world.

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