Briefings

18Jun
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U.S.-China Strategic Interaction: The Importance of Military-to-Military Ties featured Dr. Robert Sutter as our speaker and Carter Cornick as our moderator. USAI’s Vice-President of Engagement, Rachel MacKnight, provided the introductory and closing remarks. Dr. Sutter covered U.S. policy towards China, the rise of China, and future prospects for U.S.-China relations.

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06Jun
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The first China 101 session of 2018, Understanding China, features Robert Daly, the Director of the Kissinger Institute on China and the U.S. Daly uses a historical lens to analyze oscillating U.S.-China relations and both countries’ changing positions in a multilateral world.

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03Jun
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The 117th Congressional Staff Delegation to China, organized by the US-Asia Institute and the Chinese People’s Institute of Foreign Affairs (CPIFA) visited Beijing, Nanjing, and Guilin from May 25th to June 3rd, 2018. Welcome back!

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24May
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The US-Asia Institute, in conjunction with the Congressional Caucus on ASEAN, presented the second session of ASEAN 101, ASEAN’s Integrated Economic Partnership and Economic Outlook. The session provided an introduction to ASEAN’s economic potential and trends, and forecast for the coming year given by Dr. Rafael Frankel, Vice President of BowerGroupAsia. Dr. Pek Koon Heng,...

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17May
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ASEAN: One Vision, One Identity, One Community with Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy A historic overview of ASEAN and what implications ASEAN has for the region given by Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy, former Ambassador to China, Singapore, and Indonesia, and founding Director Emeritus at the Wilson Center’s Kissinger Institute on China and the United States. Thursday,...

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11May
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On Friday morning, May 11th, USAI welcomed a delegation of visitors from Tibet. This breakfast brought together Congressional staff from DC and government officials from Tibet. The Americans had a chance to learn about Tibet’s geography, agricultural products, travel and demography. They were eager to learn more about Tibet’s political and cultural landscape from those who actually...

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11May

USAI hosted an informative and engaging dialogue on Friday afternoon, May 11th. Chinese foreign policy experts and division heads from the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS) met with American foreign policy experts for a lively roundtable discussion. They raised hopes and concerns for partnerships between the US and China, and they weighed the potential impact of...

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01Apr
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The 116th Congressional Staff Delegation to China, organized by the US-Asia Institute and the Chinese People’s Institute of Foreign Affairs (CPIFA) visited Beijing, Shanghai, and Ningxia from March 27th to April 5th, 2018. This delegation was comprised of Press Secretaries and Communications Directors. Welcome Back!    

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07Dec
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The 115th Congressional Staff Delegation to China, organized by the US-Asia Institute and the Chinese People's Institute of Foreign Affairs (CPIFA) visited Beijing, Guilin, and Shanghai from November 27th to December 7th, 2017. This delegation was comprised of District and State Directors from around the country.

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14Nov
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The US-Asia Institute hosted Mine to Ours: A Global Perspective on the Sharing Economy. For this briefing, the Institute recruited panelists from Airbnb China, the Consumer Technology Association, and Heritage Foundation and the Internet Education Foundation to discuss the benefits and challenges created by embracing a, internet-based sector of economy.

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