foreign policy

U.S.-Hong Kong Policy Act of 1992

October 5, 1992

The U.S. government enacted the following measure to govern U.S. relations with Hong Kong after it returned to the People's Republic of China.

Joint Communiqué of the United States of America and the People's Republic of China, December 15, 1978

December 15, 1978

The United States of America and the People's Republic of China have agreed to recognize each other and to establish diplomatic relations as of January 1, 1979.

Address by President Gerald R. Ford at the University of Hawaii, December 7, 1975

December 7, 1975

President Ford's speech at the University of Hawaii after returning from his trip to China. Excerpted from the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library & Museum.

Analysis of Secretary Kissinger's Meeting with Chairman Mao, October 21, 1975

October 21, 1975

A memorandum prepared by Winston Lord that analyzes Secretary Kissinger's meeting with Chairman Mao.

Richard Nixon, Release of Second Annual Foreign Policy Report, February 25, 1971

February 25, 1971

This is text from President Richard Nixon's radio address on February 25, 1971. He spoke on the release of his second annual foreign policy report to Congress.

Pravda, The Anti-Soviet Policy of Communist China, Feb. 16, 1967

February 16, 1967

The article outlines foreign policy issues during 1967.

Conversation between the Soviet Union's Joseph Stalin and China's Mao Zedong, 1949

December 16, 1949

Conversation between Stalin and Mao, Moscow, 16 December 1949

The Rise of China and Japan’s New Security Strategy

UC Berkeley's Center for Chinese Studies hosts a talk with Narushige Michishita

One Belt, One Road: China's Grand Strategy for the 21st Century

Global Cornell co-hosts a talk with Bai Gao on China's developing grand strategy

Duke-UNC China Leadership Summit 2016

Duke University and University of North Carolina host the China Leadership Summit, a gathering of undergraduates from China and the U.S. interested in deepening their understanding of China and creating a more productive relationship between the U.S. and China.