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    NCUSCR President Stephen Orlins discusses beneficial Chinese investment in the United States and resulting job creation on Bloomberg’s Market Makers In an op-ed in The New York Times, NCUSCR Director Jerome Cohen and Committee member Ira Belkin weigh China’s draft “Foreign NGO Management Law” National Committee Director and former head of the U.S. Pacific Command Adm. Dennis Blair calls for coordinated diplomacy in South China Sea in The Wall Street Journal The Los Angeles Times highlights New Neighbors, a National Committee and Rhodium Group report on Chinese investment in the United States.  (View or download the full report)

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    In Foreign Affairs: Public Intellectuals Program fellow Andrew Erickson’s analysis of China’s island building in the disputed Spratly Islands.  National Committee Vice Chair Dr. Henry A. Kissinger in Caixin: The United States and China must “lead in cooperation” and remember their common interests outweigh any differences. Could China’s pharmaceutical industry be the next game changer for global public health? Public Intellectuals Program fellow Yanzhong Huang publishes a Council on Foreign Relations expert brief. Coming Soon: At its Annual Members Meeting, NCUSCR will release a groundbreaking study prepared by the Rhodium Group that examines and quantifies the local impact of Chinese foreign direct investment in the United States and measures investment, jobs provision and other linkages at the Congressional district level. 

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    National Public Radio show On Point features a discussion with NCUSCR director David Lampton, member Susan Shirk and Damien Ma in a discussion of Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaign and questions on the way ahead. The New York Times reviews Public Intellectuals Program fellow Michael Meyer’s profile of village life in his book In Manchuria. Michael Meyer will discuss the book at a National Committee public program on April 2 in New York City. The National Committee’s ongoing U.S.-China Track II Economic Dialogue issued a consensus document of recommendations for cooperation that will be shared with senior American and Chinese policy makers.  NCUSCR member Joseph Nye, Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor and former dean of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, discusses pragmatic adaptations to the proposed “new type of major power relations” in China US Focus.

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    NCUSCR Public Intellectuals Program fellow Scott Kennedy analyzes a survey of U.S. companies doing business in China. Sinovision television coverage of Eric Liu discussing Chinese-American identity and his book A Chinaman’s Chance at an NCUSCR public event. (For the full event video, click here.) In ChinaFile: James Carter and Michael Meyer, both Public Intellectuals Program fellows, discuss Meyer’s reflections and personal connection to the subject of his forthcoming book In Manchuria. Meyer will introduce his book at a National Committee public event on April 2. 

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      Forecasting China’s Economy in 2015: Leading Chinese economists at NCUSCR’s annual forum at the New York Stock Exchange (videos, podcasts and presentations) China’s naval strategy explained: Public Intellectuals Program Fellow Taylor Fravel co-authors Washington Quarterly essay China’s GDP – 2015 Target and Outlook, co-authored by NCUSCR Director and Rhodium Group partner Daniel H. Rosen Newly released Consensus: U.S.-China Energy Outlook 2020, developed through NCUSCR’s Track II Energy Dialogue Brookings Institution policy memo and recommendations by NCUSCR Director Cheng Li on China’s Domestic Dynamics: Implications for India and the United States History Lesson: Richard Bernstein discusses his new book, China 1945: Mao’s Revolution and America’s Fateful Choice, at a National Committee public event (video)

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    Bloomberg Business in-depth coverage of the National Committee’s January 7 Forecast for China’s Economy at NYSE Wall Street Journal review of Richard Bernstein’s book China 1945 by National Committee Director Jeffrey Wasserstrom  In Foreign Affairs: National Committee PIP fellow Jessica Chen Weiss’ Powerful Patriots reviewed by National Committee member Andrew Nathan Is capitalism harming the arts in China? by NCUSCR Public Intellectuals Program fellow Alison Friedman National Committee Director David Shambaugh in China-U.S. Focus: U.S. & China must build upon new momentum from November presidential summit in Beijing

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