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Election ’08 and the Challenge of China - USCI Documentary

October 6, 2008

The U.S.-China relationship is complicated and is vital for both countries and the world. Where do Senators McCain and Obama stand on U.S.-China trade, security, environmental, and human rights issues? How important has policy toward China been in past elections and in 2008? These are the questions explored in a USC U.S.-China Institute documentary.

China in U.S. Campaign Politics: Part 6 of Election ’08 and the Challenge of China

October 6, 2008

The relationship between the U.S. and China is the definitive relationship of the 21st century. This segment of the USC U.S.-China Institute's documentary on U.S.-China ties and the 2008 election looks at past election debates over China policy.

McCain and China: Part 7 of Election ’08 and the Challenge of China

October 6, 2008

In Los Angeles and elsewhere, John McCain has noted that China and the United States have shared interests, but not shared values. This suggests room for cooperation, but also the likelihood of conflict in some areas. In segment seven of Election '08 and the Challenge of China, the focus is on McCain and China.

Obama and China: Part 8 of Election '08 and the Challenge of China

October 6, 2008

Senator Barack Obama argues that cooperation with China is possible and necessary, but that the U.S.-China relationship is also plagued with serious problems epecially in the realm of trade. This segment of the USC U.S.-China Institute's documentary on China in the 2008 election looks at the issues highlighted by Obama and the policies advocated by his advisors.

The Big Picture: Part 1 of Election '08 and the Challenge of China

October 6, 2008

The opening segment of the USC U.S.-China Institute's documentary on U.S.-China relations and the 2008 election. Highlights existing and potential areas of conflict and cooperation.

"Domesticating" Democracy: Electoral Assistance under One-Party Dominance

September 18, 2008

Xiangfeng Yang seeks to provide insights into the successes, constraints and potentials of international "political assistance" in China and its broad impact on China's political reform and international relations.

2008-2009 USCI Graduate Summer Fieldwork Grants

September 18, 2008

Grant recipients return from abroad and report on their summer research.

Americans Nervous, but Overwhelmingly Favor Engagement with China

August 4, 2008

Chicago Council on Global Affairs survey also finds most Americans oppose sending U.S. troops to defend Taiwan.

Survey reports Chinese are positive about the present and optimistic about the future

July 24, 2008

New Pew survey notes that most Chinese are concerned about many economic and social issues, but are certain that others already think well of China and that those views will become even more positive with the success of the Beijing Olympics

Ambassador Clark Randt on "The Crucial Relationship"

April 30, 2008

America's ambassador to China delivered a wide-ranging assessment of US-China relations in his Herbert G. Klein Lecture at USC.

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