Analysis on President Hu Jintao's visit to the United States.
For President Hu Jintao's state visit, CSIS has assembled a host of its resources to put the trip into greater context. These resources include Critical Questions, and a transcript, audio and video of a press briefing with CSIS experts. There are additional related publications, events, multimedia, and scholars that can be found using the links in the upper left hand column of this page or the right of this page.
- Charles Freeman, CSIS Freeman Chair in China Studies, writes a memorandum to Chinese President Hu Jintao about U.S. goals for the state visit.
- David Pumphrey, Sarah Ladislaw, and Lisa Hyland of the CSIS Energy and National Security Program, write about "Energy and Environment in the Barack Obama–Hu Jintao Meeting."
- Charles Freeman, CSIS Freeman Chair in China Studies, addresses the economic and trade issues likely to emerge during the visit.
- Victor Cha, CSIS Korea Chair, discusses China's relationship with North Korea and what the Obama Administration hopes to achieve on this front during the visit.
- Michael Green, CSIS Japan Chair, posits that there is room for progress in the U.S.-China relationship during the visit, but that there will be few surprises.
- Bonnie Glaser, senior fellow, Freeman Chair in China Studies, gives a broad overview of American and Chinese goals for the visit, focusing specifically on military and security issues.
- Ernest Bower, director, Southeast Asia Program, discusses potential action on territorial issues in the South China Sea.