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  • One Year After Wuhan: Where Do China and India Stand?

    One Year After Wuhan: Where Do China and India Stand?
    • May 07, 2019 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    Many hailed the informal Wuhan summit between President Xi and Prime Minister Modi last April as the beginning of a new chapter in China-India ties. However, relations between the world’s two most populous countries remain tense.

  • Technology Competition and Global Governance

    Technology Competition and Global Governance
    • April 24, 2019 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    Technology is challenging the prevailing global governance system and causing frictions in the U.S.-China relationship. In this age of profound transformations, how can different sectors of society, including businesses, work together to establish guidelines for the use and development of sensitive technologies?

  • Global Governance in a Turbulent World

    Global Governance in a Turbulent World
    • April 24, 2019 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    Within the context of the U.S.-China competition for geopolitical influence, how will global governance evolve in the coming decade?

  • Reshaping Middle East Policy: U.S. and Chinese Approaches

    Reshaping Middle East Policy: U.S. and Chinese Approaches
    • April 16, 2019 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    President Trump’s reinvention of American foreign policy has done little to ease conflict in the Middle East. Despite his assertion that ISIS is defeated, the group remains a threat to the region’s stability. China is also starting to deepen its involvement in the region through the BRI.

  • China-EU Relations: The Road Ahead

    China-EU Relations: The Road Ahead
    • March 26, 2019 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    Brexit and the continued momentum of populist movements across the continent have rendered the future of the European Union (EU) uncertain. As anti-establishment leaders gain more influence, many observers worry about the direction of European politics.

  • More Turbulence Ahead? U.S.-China Relations After the Midterm Elections

     More Turbulence Ahead? U.S.-China Relations After the Midterm Elections
    • November 08, 2018 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    As frictions between the the U.S. and China rise, can leaders find ways to resolve security and trade disputes and establish a framework to manage competition in order to avoid zero-sum conflict?

  • Establishing an International Code of Conduct for Biological Scientists

    Establishing an International Code of Conduct for Biological Scientists
    • October 31, 2018 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    International efforts to mitigate potential threats from biotechnologies, such as the Biological Weapons Convention, have so far proven to be of limited effectiveness preventing their misuse.

  • Is the United States Driving China and Russia Together?

    Is the United States Driving China and Russia Together?
    • October 22, 2018 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    The U.S.-Russia bilateral relationship is facing unprecedented strains. At the same time, the U.S.-China relationship is growing increasingly contentious over what the Trump administration views as the lack of reciprocity across many areas, including trade, investment, media, education, and culture.

  • How U.S.-China-Russia Cooperation Can Mitigate Nuclear Threats

    How U.S.-China-Russia Cooperation Can Mitigate Nuclear Threats
    • October 09, 2018 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    China, Russia, and the United States face the difficult task of maintaining the following aspects of trilateral nonproliferation cooperation: limiting vertical growth of nuclear forces, preventing nuclear proliferation in new countries, and enhancing barriers against terrorists’ use of nuclear weapons.

  • A Precarious Peace: Prospects for Denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula

    A Precarious Peace: Prospects for Denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula
    • September 21, 2018 —  Beijing
    • 中文

    Though formal diplomatic efforts between the DPRK and China, South Korea, and the United States have resumed, a solution to the North Korea issue remains elusive.

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