• Supporting Material / Event Video / Forecast of China’s Economy for 2021 - Part II

    Recorded 07/15/21.

  • Supporting Material / Event Video / The Trip that Changed the World: Commemorating Kissinger’s 1971 Secret Visit to China

    This video is an abridged version of the commemorative event, and includes the keynote with Dr. Kissinger and Vice President Wang Qishan, and the first panel of guest speakers. Recorded on 07/08/21.

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    Both the United States and China are seeing a rapid rebound from the economic damage brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. The World Bank’s recent report forecasts GDP growth of 8.5 percent in 2021 for China, leading the world’s economic recovery. Does this bullish outlook accurately reflect the reality of China’s economic development in the second half of 2021 and beyond?

  • Podcast / Events

    On July 8, 2021, The Chinese People's Institute of Foreign Affairs (CPIFA), with assistance from the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, organized a multi-part event to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Dr. Henry Kissinger’s secret trip to China. The event took place at Beijing’s Diaoyutai State Guest House and featured live remarks by Dr.

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  • Supporting Material / PIP VII Fellows / Public Intellectuals Program

    View Full Bios & Research Interests   Leading China Specialists Selected for Seventh Round of Public Intellectuals Program

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    Wendy Leutert is the GLP-Ming Z. Mei Chair of Chinese Economics and Trade at Indiana University’s Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies and the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures.

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    Emily Wilcox grew up in Brighton, Michigan and was the first person in her immediate family to receive a college degree. As an undergraduate at Harvard University, Dr. Wilcox first visited China in 2002 as a performer in the Harvard ballroom dance team. Dr.

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    Yeling Tan is an assistant professor of political science at the University of Oregon and a non-resident scholar at the UC San Diego 21st Century China Center.

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    Gina A. Tam is an assistant professor of East Asian history at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. Originally from Lakewood, Colorado, she completed her Ph.D. in modern Chinese history at Stanford University in 2016, and received her B.A.

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    Suzanne E. Scoggins is assistant professor of political science and director of Asian studies at Clark University. Her research focuses on policing in reform-era China and explores themes of local governance, state legitimacy, and authoritarian control.

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    Xuefei Ren is associate professor of sociology and global urban studies at Michigan State University. Her work focuses on urban development, governance, inequality, and the built environment in global perspective.

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    Sara A. Newland is an assistant professor of government at Smith College and a specialist on local governance in mainland China and Taiwan. She holds degrees in political science from Wellesley College (B.A.) and the University of California, Berkeley (M.A., Ph.D.).

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    Daniel Mattingly is an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at Yale University. His research focuses on the politics of authoritarian regimes, historical political economy, and China.

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    Silvia Lindtner is associate professor at the University of Michigan (U-M) in the School of Information and associate director of the Center for Ethics, Society, and Computing. Dr.

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