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To celebrate the 35th anniversary of diplomatic recognition between the United States and China, former U.S. Ambassadors to China Winston Lord, J. Stapleton Roy, Joseph W. Prueher, Jon M. Hunstman, Jr. and Gary Locke compare their experiences as ambassadors, as well as the current outlook for U.S.-China relations at the 48th annual Members Program.
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The program featured Admiral Samuel J. Locklear III in conversation with Stephen Orlins.
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The 46th Members Program featured Jon M. Huntsman, Jr. in conversation with National Committee President Stephen Orlins, where the ambassador shared his thoughts on the current state of U.S.-China relations, China's leadership transition this fall, and his time as ambassador in Beijing.
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2011 marks two important anniversaries for the National Committee. Forty-five years ago a broad coalition of scholars and civic, religious, and business leaders founded the National Committee to promote deeper understanding of the United States and China in both countries.
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The value of China’s currency has jumped to the top of the U.S.–China agenda. Although the U.S.
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The decline in China’s rate of economic growth coincides with several significant anniversaries: the 20th anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen demonstrations, the 30th anniversary of China’s economic reforms, the 50th anniversary of the Dalai Lama’s flight from Tibet, the 60th anniversary of the fo
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Recent disruptions in the U.S. economy effectively illustrate some of the ways in which the American and Chinese economies have become inextricably intertwined – and the challenges and opportunities this relationship presents to the two countries’ governments.
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The 2007 National Committee’s Annual Members Program, Through Experienced Eyes: A Discussion on Current Issues in U.S.-China Relations, surveyed current issues in U.S.-China relations from the perspective of four former Assistant Secretaries of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs: William C
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The 2014 meeting in the Strategic Security Dialogue series was held at the Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands, where Presidents Xi and Obama held their historic summit in June, 2013.
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A new report by the National Committee and Rhodium Group finds that Chinese foreign direct investment into the United States has taken off in recent years, bringing a growing number of firms from China face-to-face with American communities.
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American and Chinese participants attended the two-day 2017 Strategic Issues Forum at Peking University in Beijing.

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