China & the Hill

 A weekly newsletter covering Washington D.C.’s China-focused debates, actions, and reactions.

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Recent e-Newsletters

Published monthly, our e-Newsletter summarizes NCUSCR’s recent and upcoming activities.

September 2023 e-News
Find out about the latest events and learn more about this year’s China Town Hall, featuring U.S. Ambassador to China Nicholas Burns.

August 2023 e-News
July was a busy month for the National Committee! Make sure to check out our Public Intellectuals Program, recent events, and employment opportunities.

July 2023 e-News
We’re recruiting for our Public Intellectuals Program. Learn more about the fellowship, our newly announced gala honoree, and our recent events.

U.S.-China Investment Project

The U.S.-China investment project is a multi-year research initiative to provide greater transparency on investment flows between China and the United States.

Latest Report

The intensifying competition between the United States and China is forcing changes in the way the global economy is governed. After a significant overhaul of inbound foreign investment screening rules globally, legislative proposals are being considered in Washington that would create a regime to review U.S. outbound investment to China and other countries of concern. This report provides background on the genesis of this legislation and discusses its implications.

Two-Way Street 2019

Two-Way Street

This report and interactive cover capital flows between the United States and China from 1990 to the present, breaking down investments by industry, geography, investor type, entry mode, ownership, and stake.

New Neighbors Image

New Neighbors

This report looks at Chinese investment in the United States, providing FDI values, numbers of operations, and jobs provision by region, state, and each of the 435 U.S. congressional districts.


American International Relations and Security Programs Focused on China: A Survey of the Field (August 2021)
This report, commissioned by Carnegie Corporation of New York, is based on a survey of leading American academic centers, think tanks, and NGOs on China-related issues. The purpose of the survey, conducted in late 2020, was to assess the state of China-focused international relations and peace and security programs in the United States.

Engaging with China in a New Era: A Resource Bibliography
The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations has assembled a list of materials in written, audio, and video formats related to engagement with China.

Engagement with China: Recommendations for American Colleges and Universities (September 2019)
This report, written by a subset of scholars from the National Committee’s Public Intellectuals Program, is an effort to address constructively the challenges that universities face in designing and implementing effective policies for engagement with China.

Annual Reports