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Month: June 2017

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At the sixth installment of the China 101 Seminar Series 2017 on Capitol Hill, Mr. Matthew Goodman, William E. Simon Chair in Political Economy at CSIS, spoke about the internal policies of the U.S. and China and their impact on the bilateral relationship.

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The US-Asia Institute hosted the fifth session of the 2017 China 101 series on Capitol Hill. Dr. Jennifer Turner, the director of the China Environment Forum at the Woodrow Wilson Institute, spoke on the current state of China's environment and related policy, as well as possibilities for future U.S.-China cooperation on environmental issues.

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The third session of the 2017 ASEAN 101 series featured Mr. Brian Harding, the director of the East and Southeast Asia Program in the Center for American Progress, as the keynote speaker. He spoke about the importance of ASEAN to the stability and security of the Asia-Pacific region.

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The second session of the 2017 ASEAN 101 series featured Mr. Ernie Bower, President and CEO of BowerGroupAsia, as the keynote speaker. He discussed the economic significance of ASEAN and highlighted recent political developments in each of the ten ASEAN countries. Ms. Angelina Thangaperakasam, Director of the Southeast Asia practice at McLarty Associates moderated the discussion. Thank you to our speakers and our audience for participating!

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US-Asia Institute Trustee and President of DMG Entertainment Motion Picture Group Chris Fenton interviewed with Voice of America’s Elizabeth Lee to discuss the importance of the Chinese market to Hollywood. “When people collaborate on making anything artistic, there’s an emotional pull inside of that and if it works well, you not only have a great...

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The fourth session of the 2017 China 101 series featured Dr. David Dollar, a senior fellow in the John L. Thornton China Center at the Brookings Institution. He spoke about the realities of China's rapid economic growth and discussed what may happen in the future.

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By Dr. Tony Cordesman “Setting the Stage: The Chinese Perspective, U.S. Forces in Asia, and China’s Growing Strategic Role and Dependence Outside East Asia”   * * * * * (View PDF of full article here.)

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The US-Asia Institute hosted the third part of the 2017 China 101 series on Capitol Hill. Dr. Anthony H. Cordesman, the Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), spoke on China’s recent rise to power economically and militarily and how the United States should proceed in its future relationship with the PRC.

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The 2017 Thai American National Internship Program started on June 5th, 2017. 6 students from around the United States arrived in Washington, DC to begin their 8-week internship program. During orientation week from June 5th to June 9th, the students attended many high-level meetings and met with experts and practitioners in the public and private sectors...

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For the first session of the 2017 China 101 Briefing Series, Mr. Robert Daly, Director of the Kissinger Institute on China and the U.S. in the Woodrow Wilson Center, spoke about the important of understanding China's past to understand it in the present.

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