U.S. Bans on TikTok and WeChat: Legal and Policy Issues
Susan Shirk, Dean Erwin Chemerinsky and James Dempsey discuss the controversial executive orders from the perspectives of constitutional law, data privacy, cyber security and the U.S.-China competition for technological dominance. (Hosted by Asia Society Southern California)
A Sensational Encounter with High Socialist China
Paul Pickowicz shares his recollection of the historic visit of fourteen American students (and one Canadian) to China in 1971, one of the first approved for American scholars after the Chinese Communist Party came to power in 1949 and occurred prior to President Nixon’s famous trip.
China’s Long Road from Revolution to Reform
Yale historian Odd Arne Westad presents a broad history of China in the 1970s from his forthcoming book (co-authored with Chen Jian) and reflects on the legacies of the reform era and the impact on U.S.-China relations today.
Report Launch: Science and Technology in U.S.-China Relations
Late October | Program to be announced
The working group, formed by the Taskforce on U.S.-China Policy, is publishing a new report that will take on conventional wisdom on managing competition in four areas: fundamental research, 5G, artificial intelligence and biotechnology.
India and China at an Inflection Point
Nirupama Rao, India's former Ambassador to China and the U.S., addresses whether the recent India-China crisis at the Himalayan border signals the end of India's “strategic autonomy” at a challenging time for the Indian economy amid a pandemic.
CHINA Town Hall
Nov. 10, 2020 | Save the Date
Investor Ray Dalio keynotes the annual national webcast hosted by the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, followed by local discussion moderated by the center faculty.
Southeast Asia's China Challenge
Nov. 18, 2020 | Save the Date
Journalist Murray Hiebert presents his new book “Under Beijing's Shadow: Southeast Asia's China Challenge.”