United Nations

United Nations Admits the People's Republic of China, October 25, 1971

October 25, 1971

The UN General Assembly expelled Taiwan and admitted the PRC.

Resolution on the Restoration of the Lawful Rights of the People's Republic of China in the United Nations, 1971

October 25, 1971

In 1971, the United Nations General Assembly voted to recognize the Beijing-based government of the People’s Republic of China as the lawful representatives of China. The vote was 76 in favor, 35 opposed, with 17 abstaining.

United States - Chinese Joint Statement December 1, 1954

December 1, 1954

A 1954 security pact between the Republic of China (Taiwan) and the United States

United Nations Charter 1945

June 26, 1945

The United Nations Charter named the Republic of China, France, the Union of Soviet Socialist , the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the United States of America permanent members of the Security Council.

Nixon in China: A Legacy Revisited

A conference co-sponsored by the Burkle Center for International Relations and the Center for Chinese Studies.

Two Tigers Living on the Same Mountain: Sino-Japanese Relations since the End of the Cold War

The Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University presents a talk with Michael Yahuda on Sino-Japanese relations and their politicized histories, conflicting identities, and economic interdependency.

The "Liberal" International Order: Any Room for an Illiberal Rising Power Like China?

UC Irvine Center for Global Peace & Conflict Studies hosts a discussion with Shiping Tang on the impact of China's rise in the Liberal international order.

China and International Law: Human Rights, Sovereignty, and Maritime Disputes

The NYU U.S.-Asia Law Institute presents various panels on the Rule of Law in China; specifically human rights, sovereignty and maritime disputes.