Enjoying Jet Lag: Resuming In-Person Travel and U.S.-China Relations
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Please join the Trustee Chair in Chinese Business & Economics for a discussion on the role of in-person travel and direct communication in increasing mutual understanding and stabilizing U.S.-China relations.
Trustee Chair Scott Kennedy and Peking University Professor Wang Jisi, Founding President of Peking University's Institute of International and Strategic Studies (IISS) and one of China’s leading authorities on U.S.-China relations, will first summarize their new report, Breaking the Ice: The Role of Scholarly Exchange in Stabilizing U.S.-China Relations. The report summarizes their trips to the U.S. and China during the pandemic and offers policy recommendations on how t to revitalize ties between the two societies.
John L. Holden, Trustee Chair Senior Associate (Non-resident) and Managing Director and head of China practice at McLarty Associates, will serve as host and moderate a discussion about these issues with the co-authors as well as three veteran experts with deep experience on U.S.-China relations: Susan Shirk of the 21st Century China Center at UC San Diego, Jia Qingguo of Peking University, and Paul Triolo of Albright Stonebridge Group.
This report is made possible by generous support from the Henry Luce Foundation.
- Matthew Barocas
- Program Coordinator, Trustee Chair in Chinese Business and Economics