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The Crucial Connection between China’s Economy and Its Foreign Policy

In the past, concerns raised by China's bad debt bubbles have raised no alarms because of China's $4 trillion in foreign exchange reserves. Now, those reserves are at $3 trillion and declining. Just what trajectory those reserves take may have an enormous impact on China's foreign policy choices - whether to turn inward or to become ever more assertive.

The U.S. and China: Partners, Rivals, or Adversaries?

The National Committee on American Foreign Policy hosts a discussion of the U.S.-China relationship and it's future.

Energy Security Worldviews in Asia

The Energy Security Worldviews in Asia Roundtable examines how key actors with an influence on energy decision making in Japan, South Korea, and China view their country's energy vulnerability and security.

Michael McDevitt, "Muilding a Modern Navy: China and Maritime Power"

This event is part of the "Critical Issues Confronting China" seminar hosted by the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies.

Chinese and American Approaches to Non-Traditional Security Challenges: Implications for the Maritime Domain

The Naval War College's China Maritime Studies Institute (CMSI) will be
hosting its fifth annual conference in Newport, Rhode Island.

Sino-U.S. Colloquium VIII U.S.-China Relations: Beyond the Current Distrust

George Washington University's Institute for Communitarian Policy Studies hosts the Sino-U.S. Colloquium VIII to discuss the current state of the U.S.-China relationship.

The Chinese Approach to Security Multilateralism in East Asia

Seiichiro Takagi will give a talk on security multilateralism in East Asia at Stanford University.

Power Transition Theory and the Rise of China

Professor Jack Levy will speak on his work on the power transition theory.

The Polar Silk Road:China's Arctic Ambitions

The WIlson Center presents, as part of its Ground Truth Breifings series, a panel on growing Chinese influence in the Artic regions.

Nicholas Khoo, Collateral Damage: Sino-Soviet Rivalry and the Termination of the Sino-Vietnamese Alliance (1964-1991)

The Sigur Center hosts a discussion of China's Cold War alliances and policies from 1962 to 1991