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Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy speaks on "The Future of U.S.-China Relations"

April 21, 2007

Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy delivered the Herbert G. Klein Lecture on April 20, 2007 at the U.S.-China Institute's inaugural conference.

Herbert G. Klein, 1918-2009

March 27, 2007

Herbert G. Klein (1918-2009) graduated from the University of Southern California in 1940.

China's Effective Soft Power Offensive

February 26, 2007

Joshua Kurlantzick argues that China has managed to dramatically change its image in the world through clever and steady use of investment, aid, participation in multilateral organizations, and other means.

Nuclear Non-proliferation and the Korean Peninsula

February 22, 2007

Shen Dingli, director of Fudan University's Center for American Studies, visits USC to discuss U.S.- China relations and efforts to address the issues posed by North Korea's nuclear weapons program.

Chinese Nationalism and its Foreign Policy Implications

February 14, 2007

Speaking at USC, University of Denver scholar Suisheng Zhao argues that China’s pragmatic nationalism is fundamentally interest-driven, reactive and flexible.

Working for justice in China

January 12, 2007

U.S. State Department's Ronald Cheng examines the differences between the criminal justice system in China and the United States.

Working for justice in China

January 12, 2007

U.S. State Department's Ronald Cheng examines the differences between the criminal justice system in China and the United States.

Building a China Shop

January 1, 2007

Rigorous social-science research with a policy pay-off. That’s what USC leaders hope to cultivate in the new USC U.S.-China Institute. But that’s not all.

Executive Offers Cautionary View of China

February 1, 2006

Bear Stearns' chairman Donald Tang, a speaker at the USC Marshall Dean’s Business Breakfast Series, says reforms must follow growth.

Lilia Huiying Li (June 14, 1932–November 7, 2004)

November 17, 2004

Journalist Lilia Huiying Li promoted peace and friendship between China and the U.S. Well known in the diplomatic corps, she was honored for her efforts by the East Asian Studies Center, where she served as a fellow since 1974.

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