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Book Launch: Intimate Rivals - Japanese Domestic Politics and a Rising China

The CSIS Freeman Chair in China Studies cordially invites you to a discussion on Sheila Smith's latest book: Intimate Rivals: Japanese Domestic Politics and a Rising China.

Nuclear Debates in Asia: The Role of Geopolitics and Domestic Processes

The authors of Nuclear Debates in Asia: The Role of Geopolitics and Domestic Processes, will speak at the Elliott School on what drives these discussions, where the center of gravity of debates lies in each country, and what this means for regional cooperation or competition and U.S. nuclear energy and nonproliferation policy in Asia.

Behind Bars and Backstage in China: The Extraordinary Life and Legacy of Ying Ruocheng

The Renwen Society at China Institute presents a lecture by Prof. Claire Conceison of Duke University on the extraordinary life and legacy of Ying Ruocheng on Saturday, December 4, 2010, 2:30-4:30 pm.

45th Anniversary Gala

The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations will host the 45th Anniversary Gala.

China and International Relations Graduate Student Workshop

The University of Pennsylvania Center for the Study of Contemporary China will host a graduate research workshop on China and International Relations. Hyun-Binn Cho, a Ph.D. Candidate from the Political Science Department, will organize the event with the help of Brian C. Chao and Chris Liu.

CSUN Chinese Film Festival: Mysterious China - Jiangsu - Land of Good Fortune

CSUN presents the second installment of its Chinese Film Festival featuring the Mysterious China film series.

China and the World: India

The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations hosts a talk with Anja Manuel on the relationship between China and India in the U.S. Asia strategy.

Ping Pong Diplomacy Tournament

The UO student-run Competition Not Conflict Club announces a tournament to remember this history!

United States, China, and Russia: Relations Between The World’s Great Powers in the Trump Era

Dr. Henry Kissinger said that President Nixon "created a set of international policies whose main outlines survive to this day." One of the most important is triangulation; by improving relations with China, the U.S. carved out favorable negotiating positions with the Soviet Union --- while improving relations with both countries.

Global Hong Kong Speaker Series: Protest, repression, and justice in Northern Ireland

The Global China Center hosts a talk with Mike Chinoy, a non-resident Senior Fellow at the U.S.-China Institute, to look at Hong Kong in global perspectives.