Video On Demand

Managing U.S.-China Relations: American and Chinese Perspectives: A Report Launch

July 6, 2017 • 1:00 – 3:30 pm EDT

For the past year, experts in the United States and China have been working on parallel reports on US-China relations. Teams of experts have developed analyses and policy recommendations on several critical areas that shape the relationship: military relations, the Asia-Pacific region, economic relations, global governance, and domestic politics. This event will feature the release of the US side’s report, entitled Joint US-China Think Tank Project on the Future of  US-China Relations: An American Perspective. Contributors to both sides’ reports will discuss and compare their respective findings, conclusions, and recommendations.

1:00-1:10         Introductory Remarks
  John Hamre, Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS)
1:10-2:10         Panel #1: Military and Regional Affairs
   Moderator: Michael J. Green, CSIS 
  • David M. Finkelstein, CNA
  • Bonnie S. Glaser, CSIS
  • Zhang Tuosheng, China Foundation for International & Strategic Studies
  •  Zhu Feng, Nanjing University
2:10-3:15         Panel #2: Economics, Global Governance & Domestic Politics
   Moderator: Amb. Stapleton Roy, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars 
  • Scott Kennedy, CSIS
  • Paul Gewirtz, Yale University 
  • Evan Medeiros, Eurasia Group
  • Li Yan, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations 
  • Diao Daming, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Institute of American Studies
3:15-3:30         Concluding Remarks
                        Wang Jisi, Institute of International and Strategic Studies
John J. Hamre
CSIS President and CEO, and Langone Chair in American Leadership
Scott Kennedy
Senior Adviser and Trustee Chair in Chinese Business and Economics

Bonnie S. Glaser