Welcome to the China 360° bulletin, featuring original insights from the scholars at UC San Diego’s 21st Century China Center to keep you informed of the latest news and information regarding the complex and multidimensional developments in China and U.S.-China relations.

Enjoy this special issue highlighting a pivotal policy report by our Working Group on Science and Technology in U.S.-China Relations and related media on the U.S.-China technology competition.
Issue 5: NOV. 19, 2020
A New American Strategy for Technology Competition
This new report is the culmination of over a year of deliberation and study by the bipartisan Working Group on Science and Technology in U.S.-China Relations, chaired by GPS Dean Peter Cowhey.

The report is authored by 28 experts from academia, industry and the policy community. It is intended as a guide for the transition teams for the next administration by setting forth broad policy objectives and specific recommendations in four domains: fundamental research, 5G, artificial intelligence and biotechnology.
How Can the U.S. Maintain Global Leadership in Science and Technology?
Eight members of the working group elaborate on how the U.S. can formulate policies toward China that address the serious concerns over security, trade, IP and human rights while maintaining economic strength and innovation with its open system – all amongst the backdrop of deteriorating bilateral relations.
Report Launch Press Conference
  • Susan Shirk, UC San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy
  • Peter Cowhey, UC San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy
  • Arthur Bienenstock, Stanford University
  • Anja Manuel, Rice, Hadley, Gates & Manuel LLC
  • Jason Matheny, Georgetown University
  • Keith Yamamoto, UC San Francisco
Press Coverage
21st Century China Center