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The Georgetown Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues is a university platform for research, teaching, and high-level dialogue among American and Chinese leaders from the public sector, business, and the academy that addresses common challenges facing the global community.

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May
13
2021

First 100 Days of U.S.-China Relations under President Biden Event

To the surprise of some observers, the Biden administration has adopted a frank and sometimes confrontational stance towards China during its first several months in office. China has done the same, with the critique of the United States becoming even more caustic. On issues of trade, technology…

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Major Power Rivalry in East Asia

This discussion paper was published by the Council on Foreign Relations Center for Preventative Action as a part of the Managing Global Disorder series, which explores how to promote a stable and mutually beneficial relationship among major global powers. Author Evan Medeiros is a convener of the U.S.-China Research Group on Managing Strategic Competition and a senior fellow with the Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues.

A Bad Idea on Students from China

In this op-ed published by The Hill, Michael Green, professor and director of the Georgetown Asian Studies program, argues that limiting or banning Chinese students from American universities would ultimately harm U.S. interests.