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  • China, the European Union, and Trade Relations

    China, the European Union, and Trade Relations
    • September 20, 2010 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    While tensions exist in the relationship between China and Europe, enhanced bilateral cooperation would be beneficial to both sides and valuable for promoting global stability and development.

  • Arms Control Spring in Beijing

    Arms Control Spring in Beijing
    • July 08, 2010 —  Beijing

    China plays an increasingly important role in achieving a number of the goals for disarmament and nonproliferation contained within the U.S. Nuclear Posture Review and the Nonproliferation Treaty Review Conference.

  • China's Role at the Copenhagen Summit, in the G-2, and as a Neighbor

    China's Role at the Copenhagen Summit, in the G-2, and as a Neighbor
    • May 26, 2010 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    Whether dealing with climate change, international economics, or global and regional politics, China faces the challenge of balancing its obligations as a “responsible stakeholder” in international affairs with its own identity as a developing country and its connections with the rest of the developing world.

  • Capstone and Tsinghua Debate – China’s Foreign Policy, Rise and Public Opinion

    Capstone and Tsinghua Debate – China’s Foreign Policy, Rise and Public Opinion
    • May 14, 2010 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    China’s evolving foreign policy continue to dominate discussions of Sino-U.S. relations. Yet there has been little in-depth analysis of Chinese public opinion and its impact on China’s foreign policy.

  • Nuclear Taboo, Ballistic Missile Defense, and Nuclear Security

    Nuclear Taboo, Ballistic Missile Defense, and Nuclear Security
    • May 11, 2010 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    The recent U.S. focus on global nuclear issues has left some of China’s future arms control experts encouraged by the emphasis on governmental cooperation in securing nuclear materials, while others worry that the United States is blurring the distinction between tactical and strategic missile defenses.

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