The Dynamics and Implications of China’s Rise
Led by CSIS’s China team, The Dynamics and Implications of China’s Rise will provide government officials, business executives, and other stakeholders an extensive assessment of China’s meteoric economic, political, and military rise.
At a Glance
November 28 – 30, 2022
November 7, 2022
Led by CSIS’s China team, The Dynamics and Implications of China’s Rise will provide government officials, business executives, and other stakeholders an extensive assessment of China’s meteoric economic, political, and military rise. The program will delve into China’s domestic and elite politics, its growing international influence, and its economic development trajectory. CSIS’s top China experts Jude Blanchette, Bonny Lin, and Scott Kennedy will lead this three-day hybrid course, which combines lectures, discussions and debate, interactive exercises, as well as presentations by outside experts.
- How the Party Rules China
- What's "communist" about the Communist Party of China?
- Xi For Life? Understanding China's Leadership Politics
- The People's Republic in 2049
- Unpacking China's Great Power Status
- China's Rise: Security and Foreign Policy Challenges and Opportunities
- China’s Revisionist Agenda for the International Order
- China’s Economy: The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly
- Chinese State Capitalism
- China & Global Governance: From Rule Taker to Rule Maker
Exercise: What should we do about Taiwan?
Simulation: U.S.-China Strategic Competition: Decoupling and Alternatives
This course is open to anyone interested in developing a deeper understanding of China’s growing influence and its implications for the United States. Proof of vaccination required for in-person programming. In-person programming subject to pandemic conditions.
How to Register
The online application includes a short entry form, statement of interest, brief bio, and resume. Entries will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Please note that spaces are limited and the course may fill before the deadline. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Select past participants include representatives from:
Australian Department of Defence, BHP, Booz Allen Hamilton, CIA, European Parliament, Government of Kuwait, Institute for Defense Analyses, Kissinger Associates, Lockheed Martin, Medtronic, Inc., Microsoft, NASA, NATO, Philips, Science and Technology Policy Institute (STEPI), The Dietrich Foundation, T-Mobile, U.S. Army Aviation Center, U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Department of State, World Affairs Council, Yale University