In this op-ed essay, USC School of International Relations Professor and Pacific Council on International Policy President Geoffrey Garrett argues that the United States stands to gain from collaborating with China on trade and investment issues.
Ernest Wilson outlines the existing discussion about Chinese-African ties and advances a research agenda to enable policy-makers to act effectively.
The dual major (communication studies, English) grad is headed to Shanghai for 2007-2008.
Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy delivered the Herbert G. Klein Lecture on April 20, 2007 at the U.S.-China Institute's inaugural conference.
Four projects examining property rights, the international recycling trade, Chinese and American documentaries on the global city, and China's aging population receive funding from the USC U.S. - China Institute for spring and summer 2007.