Watch presentations from the symposium the USC U.S.-China Institute hosted in Shanghai in October 2015. After market shocks, the Xi visit, and the 5th plenum of the CCP and ahead of elections in Taiwan and the U.S., the speakers examined U.S.-China relations and cross-strait ties.
Guo Liang, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
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Guo Liang is the deputy director of the Center for Social Development in the
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