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Month: March 2016

30Mar
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Wednesday, March 30, 2016 8:30-10:30 am Capitol Visitors Center, Congressional Meeting Room North (BY INVITATION ONLY) U.S. Association of Former Members of Congress, Committee of 100, and the US-Asia Institute present: China’s One Belt One Road Initiative:  What It Means for US-China Relations  featuring Mr. Liu Ming Kang Former Chair of China Banking Regulatory Commission Mr....

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21Mar
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This February, reports of Chinese missiles in the South China Sea have reignited interest in a longstanding conflict between China and its Southeast Asian neighbors over control of islands and economic resources within the South China Sea. Overall, when looking at the resources at stake in the South China Sea, it is not clear that control of these resources are a primary driver of the continued disputes.

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17Mar
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By Dr. Tony Cordesman No one doubts that China is a major emerging military power. It not only is officially expanding its military budget at roughly the size of its economic growth, it is modernizing and reshaping its military forces to both achieve growing regional influence and power projection outside the region. Almost inevitably, this...

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15Mar
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The US-Asia Institute will partner with the Chinese People’s Institute of Foreign Affairs to send their 103rd Congressional Staff Delegation to Beijing, Shanghai, and Jiangxi Province from March 26-April 4, 2016. .

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14Mar

The US-Asia Institute will partner with the Chinese People’s Institute of Foreign Affairs to send their 102nd Congressional Staff Delegation to China, visiting Beijing, Shenzhen,  and Guilin from March 26-April 4, 2016.

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