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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 after spending a year in China as a Schwarzman Scholar. During her one-year fellowship—a major component of the National Committee-Schwarzman Scholars Partnership—she is developing and executing bi-annual seminars for Schwarzman College alumni to continue their engagement in China-related issues. Ms. Blais also organizes activities for current Schwarzman Scholars to participate in various National Committee programs taking place in China, and develops new alumni programs to accommodate the needs of a growing Schwarzman alumni network.

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    Xinyi Willow Wei is a communications assistant 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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    Bridget Donovan joined the National Committee in 2019 as communications and production assistant. In this role, she handles the videography of public events, and assists with communications outreach, podcast production, and graphic design.

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    Sarah Bruley joined the National Committee as a program associate after living in Hong Kong for two years as a Yale-China Fellow, where she taught English at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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    Morgan Alderman joined the National Committee as office administrator in June 2019. In this role, she is responsible for general office upkeep and administration, as well as assistance on governance-related matters. Ms.

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    Noah Truwit joined the National Committee as development assistant in June 2019. In this role, Mr. Truwit is responsible for supporting fundraising efforts and planning major events.

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    Steven Wagner is a program associate at the National Committee, where he provides programmatic and logistical support for the organization's U.S.-China Track II initiatives, including the

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    Taisu Zhang is a professor of law at Yale Law School (effective July 2019) and works on comparative legal and economic history, private law theory, property law, and contemporary Chinese law and politics.

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    Christian Sorace is an assistant professor of political science at Colorado College. His work explores the intersection of comparative politics, political theory, and aesthetics. Dr. Sorace’s first book, Shaken Authority: China’s Communist Party and the Sichuan Earthquake (Cornell University Press, 2017) was based on 18 months of fieldwork researching the Communist Party’s post-earthquake reconstruction efforts.

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    Gary J. Sampson is the Commandant of the Marine Corps Fellow in the International Security Studies Program at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University.

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    Meg Rithmire is the F. Warren McFarlan Associate Professor in the Business, Government, and International Economy Unit at Harvard Business School (HBS). She holds a Ph.D. in government from Harvard University (2011), and is a comparative political scientist with a focus on China and Asia.

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    Xiaoyu Pu is an associate professor of political science at the University of Nevada, Reno. Dr. Pu was born in 1979 in Sichuan, China, and grew up there. He received his B.A. and M.A. in political science from Nankai University in Tianjin. After moving to the United States, he got another M.A. from Kent State University and eventually received his Ph.D. in political science from The Ohio State University. In the 2012-13 academic year, he was a postdoctoral fellow in the Princeton-Harvard China and the World Program at Princeton University. In 2016, he was a Stanton Fellow at Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) in Brazil. He started working as an assistant professor of political science at University of Nevada, Reno in 2013. Dr. Pu was promoted to the rank of associate professor with tenure in 2019. He is also a non-resident senior fellow at the Inter-American Dialogue in Washington, D.C. His teaching and research focus on Chinese foreign policy, East Asian politics, emerging world powers (BRICS), and international relations theory.

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