Increasing discord in the U.S.-China relationship is having profound repercussions for the people of both countries and the global community. U.S.-China HORIZONS explores mutual benefits emerging in new sectors and highlights pressing global issues that can only be resolved through functional Sino-American cooperation. Confronting 21st century challenges, promoting peace, and ensuring universal prosperity will depend on the decisions of today. HORIZONS brings together experts, leaders, and innovators to help navigate a course to our shared future.
Li Shuo of Greenpeace China discusses the importance of biodiversity loss as an issue of mutual concern in the U.S.-China relationship and highlights specific areas where cooperation is essential to the future of the planet.
NCUSCR Director Anja Manuel uses the semiconductor industry as a case study to break down the complex web of collaboration and competition between the United States and China, and what it could mean for humanity’s shared technological future.
Principal Investigator of Fisheries for Ecotrust Canada, Dr. Dyhia Belhabib, breaks down China’s distant-water fleet, how and where it operates, who it impacts, and what steps must be taken to ensure sustainable and equitable fishing worldwide.
China’s booming film market has become an essential consideration for the production of Hollywood movies. Aynne Kokas analyzes how America’s entertainment powerhouses and China’s burgeoning film industry can collaborate to build their global brand identities.
Tu Le of Sino Auto Insights analyzes U.S.-China collaboration and interaction as a driving force behind the ascending global electric vehicle market.
International Education Flows:
“Academic Elites to Economic Elites? The Diversification of Chinese International Students” by Yingyi Ma in the Journal of International Students
World Fisheries Policies:
“China Can Say “No”: Analyzing China’s Rejection of the South China Sea Arbitration” by Isaac B. Kardon in University of Pennsylvania Asia Law Review
“China’s Distant Water Fishing Industry: Evolving Policies and Implications” by Tabitha Grace Mallory in Elsevier
China in Hollywood:
“‘Mulan’ is a Movie about How Much Hollywood Needs China” by Aynne Kokas in The Washington Post
“Washington’s China Policy Has Lost Its Wei” by Scott Kennedy in CSIS Briefs
U.S.-China Agricultural Trade:
“The U.S. and China in Asia: Mitigating Tensions and Enhancing Cooperation” by Andrew Mertha et al. in a publication of the Pacific Community Initiative
China’s Involvement in the Arctic:
“Defining the Chinese Threat in the Arctic” by Yun Sun in The Arctic Institute
“What You May Not Know About Sino-Russian Cooperation in the Arctic and Why it Matters” by Yun Sun in The Diplomat
“China’s Military Modernization Program:Trends and Implications” by Oriana Skylar Maestro for AEI
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