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June Teufel Dreyer, University of Miami

June Teufel Dreyer spoke at the USC U.S.-China Institute conference on “The Future of U.S.-China Relations.” Her presentation was entitled "U.S.-China Relations: Engagement or Talking Past Each Other."
March 27, 2007

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June Teufel Dreyer earned her doctorate at HarvardUniversity and is a Professor in the University of Miami’s School of Business, winning numerous teaching and research awards. Prof. Dreyer’s research focuses on Chinese politics and defense issues. Among her many books is The Chinese Political System: Modernization and Tradition which is now in its sixth edition. She is currently at work on a study of Sino-Japanese relations. Prof. Dreyer’s public service includes work as a commissioner of the Congressionally-established United States Economic and Security Review Commission, service as Asia adviser to the Chief of Naval Operations; and a stint as Senior Far East Specialist at the Library of Congress. Prof. Dreyer is currently a fellow of the Foreign Policy Research Institute and serves on the USCI Board of Scholars. She is a member of the International Institute of Strategic Studies in London and of the editorial boards of Orbis and The Journal of Contemporary China.




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