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China Forum Opening Event: Finding a New Equilibrium

The Great Hall, International House, UC San Diego La Jolla, CA, United States

As the bilateral relationship between the U.S. and China enters uncharted waters and a decades-long consensus in favor of engagement frays, the search is on for a new equilibrium. Confirmed speakers include two former national security advisors, Tom Donilon and Stephen Hadley, as well as Ambassador Cui Tiankai.

China’s Long Road from Revolution to Reform


As a part of the fall Webinar Series, the 21st Century China Center has invited Yale historian Odd Arne Westad to present a broad history of China in the 1970s from his forthcoming book (co-authored with Chen Jian) and reflect on the legacies of the reform era, and the impact on U.S.-China relations today. The […]

Chinese Language Table


Chinese Language Tables are back for the school year! We welcome GPSers who are learning Chinese or are interested in China to join us on Zoom. Our first online gathering is Thursday 10/15 at 5:00 pm. Sign up through the QR code on our flyer, or through this link. Be prepared to talk about food […]

Clash of Empires: From “Chimerica” to the “New Cold War”


Ho-fung Hung, professor in political economy at Johns Hopkins University, will discuss the intensifying rivalry between the U.S. and China. He argues the rivalry is more about the shifting balance of economic forces in global capitalism than about ideological differences, as suggested by the talk of a “New Cold War.” Since the 1990s, Wall Street […]

Race and Global China: Sino-Black Relations


In a webinar hosted by the 21st Century China Center, Professor Keisha Brown of Tennessee State University will address the role of race in U.S.-China relations through the lens of Sino-Black relations. In tracing the historical connections of these transnational relations, Brown hopes to provide tools for thinking critically about the impact of ideas of […]

My Old Home: A Novel of Exile


The 21st Century China Center has arranged for Orville Schell of the Asia Society to lead a webinar discussing his debut novel “My Old Home: A Novel of Exile.” The book delves into the complexities of people whose lives have been historically upended by the tumult of political change, the pain of migration, and the […]

Is U.S.-China Climate Action Possible in an Era of Mistrust?


The world can't meet the challenge of climate change without aggressive action from both China and the United States, the world’s two largest emitters of greenhouse gases (GHGs). Yet, with U.S.-China relations at the lowest point in decades, competition rather than cooperation increasingly defines the relationship. What are the prospects for U.S.-China climate action? What […]

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