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Event Archive

  • Building U.S.-China Partnerships: Overview
    April 21, 2011  – Beijing

    As China surpasses Japan as the world’s second largest economy and continues to show remarkable growth, the importance of the bond between these two countries continues to grow.

     
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  • Perspectives on the War in Afghanistan
    April 19, 2011  – Beijing 中文

    As NATO members approach their respective deadlines for withdrawal from Afghanistan, conditions on the ground and China’s role in the region merit greater attention and analysis.

     
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  • Partners in Peril: U.S.-India-China-Pakistan
    April 12, 2011  – Beijing 中文

    While China’s solid relationship with Pakistan is often taken as a given, China’s strategy toward South Asia and security in the region is multifaceted.

     
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  • China and the Change of Order in East Asia
    April 12, 2011  – Beijing

    China’s rise has left its neighbours disconcerted about the role that China will play in the region and wondering whether the traditional East-Asian order and system with China at the fore will emerge once again.

     
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  • U.S.-China Cooperation in South Asia
    March 25, 2011  – Beijing

    Ever since the 2009 release of the U.S.-China Joint Statement pledging bilateral cooperation to promote “peace, stability and development” in South Asia, the role of these two countries in the subcontinent has come under increased scrutiny and criticism.

     
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  • Maritime Security in East Asia and South Asia
    March 25, 2011  – Beijing

    The divergent views held by China and the United States on maritime security have recently been on display in the Yellow and South China seas and it remains unclear whether the maritime realm will become an arena of cooperation or conflict.

     
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  • India’s Space Program: Looking Ahead
    March 23, 2011  – Beijing

    In the wake of India's successful test of a ballistic missile defense system, India's civil space program is coming under increasing international scrutiny.

     
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  • Shaping India’s Foreign Policy
    March 23, 2011  – Beijing

    India is often described as an emerging economy, yet adequate linkages are rarely made between the domestic and foreign drivers of its growth and how those drivers shape Indian foreign policy.

     
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  • Factoring the U.S. and Central Asia into Sino-Indian Relations
    March 17, 2011  – Beijing

    While the United States is an important factor shaping Sino-Indian relations, the role of the United States in relations between China, India, and the countries of Central Asia receives far less attention.

     
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  • Central Asian Convergence: China and South Asia’s Role
    March 17, 2011  – Beijing 中文

    Flanked by China and South Asia, Central Asia serves as the confluence for a number of regional issues with global implications, including energy supply, drug trafficking, and the future of Afghanistan.

     
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  • Security Implications of Missile Defense - A Policy Perspective
    March 17, 2011  – Beijing

    The current technology of the missile defense system is not yet entirely reliable and can be fooled by tactics such as employing balloons in space or launching multiple decoy missiles to accompany the actual targeting missile.

     
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  • U.S.-China Relations Prior to the Strategic & Economic Dialogue Meeting in May 2011
    March 15, 2011  – Beijing

    The Strategic and Economic Dialogue should be used by both China and the United States as a medium to facilitate energy and economic cooperation, overcome mounting mistrust that exists in both countries at public and government levels.

     
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  • The Second Chinese Scholars-NATO Dialogue Series
    March 3, 2011  – Beijing 中文

    As China continues its rise onto the international scene as both an economic and military power, it is imperative that communication with established multilateral security alliances such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) remain a priority in order to alleviate suspicions and avoid misinterpretations.

     
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  • The Arms Trade Treaty: Leveling the Playing Field
    February 28, 2011  – Beijing

    While many of the world’s nonproliferation measures concentrate on weapons of mass destruction, the majority of damage and deaths continues to come from conventional weapons.

     
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  • President Hu’s Recent State Visit to the United States and its Impact on the US.-China Relationship
    February 28, 2011  – Beijing

    President Hu Jintao’s visit to the United States provides the Chinese leadership with a crucial opportunity to connect with the American public and reach important policy decisions at the highest levels of American and Chinese leadership.

     
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  • Multilateral Cooperation in East Asia
    February 24, 2011  – Beijing

    The current global system views multilateralism as the key to fostering new mutually beneficial relationships, improving current international relationships, and promoting peace.

     
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  • China and South Asia: Energy Discourse and Dynamics
    January 17, 2011  – Beijing

    China and India’s remarkable economic growth over the past two decades has been accompanied by a corresponding surge in energy consumption. Both countries are pursuing ambitious nuclear and hydrocarbon programs, with domestic, regional, and global implications.

     
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  • Media, Public Opinion, and China’s Foreign Policy
    January 8, 2011  – Beijing 中文

    Media has an increasingly significant impact on diplomatic activities: public opinion has become an important factor in shaping the Beijing’s policymaking and the media play an important role in guiding public opinion and exerting influence on foreign affairs.

     
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  • Obama and Wen Jiabao’s Visits to India
    December 20, 2010  – Beijing

    In November 2010, U.S. President Barack Obama visited India, followed by Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao the following month. These visits had a mixed impact on Chinese-Indian-U.S. relations.

     
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  • Sino-Indian Relations at 60: Looking Ahead to the Next Decade
    December 13, 2010  – Beijing 中文

    Despite the initial euphoria attached to the opening of established diplomatic relations between China and India sixty years ago, the bilateral relationship between Beijing and New Delhi continues to face numerous challenges.

     
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