China-U.S. Symposium

Bringing students and the community in contact with experts and practitioners of international relations from China and the US in order to build on the crossroads of ideas, nations and people.

Date & Time October 7, 2014 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Location
Cabot 205
Program
China-U.S. Symposium

Economic Cooperation between the U.S. and China

Kathleen DeBoer, Deputy Head of the Organizations for Economic Cooperation and Development's Washington Center, will discuss the increasingly relevant issue of economic cooperation between the U.S. and China.  She will be providing insight both through her work with the OECD and her time living and teaching in Nanjing, China.

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Date & Time April 17-19, 2014 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Location
ASEAN Auditorium, The Fletcher School, Tufts University
Program
China-U.S. Symposium

China-U.S. Symposium 2014 "Engagement"

This April 17-19, the 2014 China-U.S. Symposium will explore Engagement in the context of China-U.S. Relations. As China's power continues to grow, albeit in uncertain ways, how and with whom this Asian giant engages will be critical. These questions will be examined from various perspectives - including from an economic, social, and security stand point - throughout our panels, keynote addresses, breakout sessions, and other complementary events.

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Date & Time November 6, 2013 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Location
Terrace Room, Paige Hall, Tufts University
Program
China-U.S. Symposium

China-U.S. Symposium Fall Panel: China's Rise

Our inaugural fall panel this year is titled "China's Rise" and will feature Professor Michael Beckley (Political Science Department, Tufts), Professor Sulmaan Khan (Chinese Foreign Relations, Fletcher), and Professor Xueping Zhong (Chinese Department, Tufts).

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Date & Time April 11-13, 2013 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location
Tufts University
Program
China-U.S. Symposium

China-U.S. Symposium 2013

The 2013 China-US Symposium seeks to examine the role of trust in the economic, security, and cultural relationship between China and the United States in the context of an interconnected and quickly-changing world. This relationship has often been defined by its mix of deep interdependence as well as strategic rivalry, with dramatically varying levels of trust in different arenas and different eras. Today, trust or its absence can push the whole world toward prosperity or penury, peace or war, and harmony or hostility.

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