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    Jason Togut joined the National Committee as a program assistant in July 2020. He provides support to various programs and Track II dialogues. Previously, Mr.

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    Bernice Xu joined the National Committee in July 2020 as a program assistant. Ms. Xu’s background and experience as a Chinese-American has inspired her interest and desire to shape U.S. policy toward China. Starting from a young age, she has spent summers traveling throughout China and being immersed in Chinese language and culture. This led her to develop a natural interest in world history, American politics, and international affairs, the latter of which she studied as her major in college. Her undergraduate research centered on surveying the implications of China’s political, economic, and military rise for U.S. foreign policy. She completed her thesis on China’s evolving role in the Middle East, specifically examining the Arab-Israeli conflict and BRI.

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    Lessons Learned Amid a Pandemic: How the United States and China can Collaborate on Global Health Crises   This event livestream will begin on Thursday, July 30, at 8:00 p.m. EDT.  

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    This episode is part of the National Committee's Coronavirus Impact Series.

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    This episode is part of the National Committee's Coronavirus Impact Series.

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    Nitai Deitel joined the National Committee in January 2020 as a senior program officer.

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    Lauren Kyger joined the National Committee as digital content manager in January 2020. She is responsible for overseeing the Committee’s presence on its website, social media platforms, and more.

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    Introduction

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    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. All the materials are authored or prepared by U.S. citizens or organizations (including government entities) residing in the United States. Materials have been organized into the following sections. Please click on a section to view its materials, which are listed in reverse order by date issued or published:

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    Clarinda Blais joined the National Committee in August 2019 for a one-year fellowship after spending a year in China as a Schwarzman Scholar. 

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    Xinyi Willow Wei is a communications coordinator at the National Committee, where she is in charge of creating content for the organization’s Chinese social media audience, as well as conducting interviews with NCUSCR directors.

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