254Jan 29, 2013
Kurt Campbell talked about relations between the United States and China. He said there will be “areas of miscommunication and disagreement” between the two countries but that a ...
250Nov 19, 2012
New Chinese Leadership
China scholars and political analysts talked about the transition of power in China at its 18th National Congress and what can be expected from its new leadership. Cheng Li began the discussion ...
895Mar 12, 2012
Book Discussion on Bending History
Robert Kagan moderated a discussion with the three co-authors of Bending History: Barack Obama’s Foreign Policy. They talked about President Obama’s foreign policy successes and ...
414Aug 16, 2011
Political Dysfunction and Foreign Policy
Panelists examined the effects of U.S. domestic political discord on foreign policy strength and overall standing abroad. Much of the discussion focused on on recent debt ceiling negotiations, ...
142Feb 9, 2011
U.S. Role in the World Economy
Participants spoke about international trade issues, particularly on U.S.-China relations. They also talked about the Obama administration’s spending priorities and the legacy of the ...
502Jan 19, 2011
President Hu Jintao State Visit
China experts spoke about Chinese President Hu Jintao’s state visit to the U.S. and state dinner in his honor. They also focused on the state of relations between the U.S. and China, the ...
459Jan 18, 2011
U.S.-China Relations in the Next Decade
Ambassador John Thornton and Zheng Bijian read letters from Presidents Obama and Hu, and then spoke about relations between the U.S. and China. This was the opening portion of a conference on ...
207May 10, 2010
Climate Change and U.S.-China Relations
William Antholis and Trevor Houser talked about cooperation between the U.S. and China on global climate change. Topics included recent international talks on climate change in Copenhagen, and ...
216May 10, 2010
U.S.-China Relations and Global Economic Issues
Anne Krueger and Barry Bosworth talked about the state of the global economy, international trade with China, and the nature of financial ties between the U.S. and China. They also responded to ...
103May 1, 2009
Former and current presidential advisers to Presidents on U.S.- China policy participated in a panel discussion, “The White House and U.S. Policy Toward China: Views from the Inside.” ...
496Jul 23, 2008
Human Rights in China
The House Foreign Affairs Committee held a hearing on China on the eve of the Olympics.
40Dec 17, 2004
Analysts talked about the future of U.S. China policy under a second Bush administration. Among the issues they addressed were international trade and intellectual property rights, human rights ...
20Aug 26, 2001
North Korea in the World Economy
Professor Lieberthal, former senior director for Asian Affairs for the National Security Council, talked about the future of North Korea in the international economy, as well as the politics of ...
11Mar 30, 1999
Mr. Lieberthal explained his perspective of the U.S.-China relationship. He mentioned that there are tensions on both sides of the relationship and that the Clinton administration’s ...
21Nov 12, 1998
The speakers talked about the issues of open trade and economic cooperation which are to be addressed at the APEC summit. Mr. Toiv confirmed that the president plans to attend the APEC ...
12Oct 22, 1997
Mr. Lieberthal and Mr. Harding briefed reporters on the context of current U.S.-China relations and recent changes in China in order to provide context for the upcoming visit by the ...
28May 21, 1997
Panelists discussed the political debate over U.S.-China relations, especially the upcoming decision on most favored nation status, which President Clinton recently recommended Congress extending to ...
103Nov 19, 1987
The Opening to China