• Program Iteration / U.S.-China Track II Energy Dialogue

    Dramatic changes in American energy production, Asian energy consumption, and climate change awareness across the world have altered the global energy landscape during the past decade. To explore the implications of these shifts on Sino-American relations, the second U.

  • Program Iteration / U.S.-China Track II Energy Dialogue

    In September 2013, a new Track II Energy Dialogue was convened to explore a timely focus:  the implications of the shale oil and gas boom in North America for U.S.-China relations.  Eighteen experts and former government officials from both countries addressed three sets of questions:  1) What was the nature of the current American “shale revolution” and could it be successfully reproduced in China?;  2) What will be the economic, trade and environmental implications of America’s rapid incre

  • Program Iteration / U.S.-China Track II Dialogue on Maritime Issues & International Law

    The 2014 dialogue was held October 25-28 in Sanya, Hainan, China. The American delegation of legal experts was led by Stephen Orlins, the National Committee’s president and Peter Dutton, professor and director of China Maritime Studies Institute at U.S. Naval War College. The Chinese side was chaired by Dr. Wu Shicun, the president of NISCSS, and Mr. Gao Zhiguo, judge of International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea.

  • Program Iteration / U.S. Foreign Policy Colloquium

    The 12th annual FPC took place in Washington, D.C., May 27-29, 2015 at the George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs.

  • Program Iteration / U.S.-China Track II Strategic Security Dialogue

    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. This was the first group focused on Sino-American relations to gather there since then and participants felt a special responsibility to build on that meeting, as well as on the solid relationships built during fifteen years of prior NCUSCR-PDP dialogues.

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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 Clark, Richard Holbrooke, Stanley Roth and Richard Solomon.

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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. Problems in the U.S financial sector and broader economy raise new issues for China’s economic planners and private businessmen and women. At the same time, the price of 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 founding of the People’s Republic of China, and the 90th anniversary of the 1919 May Fourth movement.

  • Program Iteration / CHINA Town Hall

    Jimmy Carter, 39th president of the United States, reflects on his extensive history with China and the U.S.-China relationship.

  • Program Iteration / 2008 CHINA Town Hall: Norman Ornstein
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  • Program Iteration / U.S. Foreign Policy Colloquium

    One hundred thirty Chinese graduate students and visiting scholars from universities across the United States converged on Washington, D.C. for the eleventh annual U.S. Foreign Policy Colloquium. Briefings, site visits, and discussions included opportunities to engage with U.S. government officials, and members of the academic, think tank, business, NGO, and legal communities.

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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.

  • Program Iteration / Young Leaders Forum

    Fifty current and alumni fellows attended the four-day 2014 U.S.-China Young Leaders Forum in Yangzhou, Jiangsu. With a theme of "(Re)Defining Moments," fellows discussed some of the critical thresholds they’ve reached and crossed – sometimes knowingly, sometimes unwittingly – that have had profound impacts on what has followed for them, and engaged in other interesting, provocative cross-cultural conversation and activity.

  • Program Iteration / CHINA Town Hall

    The 2013 CHINA Town Hall webcast speaker was former Secretary of State The Honorable Madeleine K. Albright, Chair, Albright Stonebridge Group and Albright Capital Management LLC. The discussion was moderated by National Committee President Stephen A. Orlins.

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