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The Georgetown Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues is a university platform for engagement among scholars, students and practitioners to advance dialogue and promote solutions to global challenges ranging from climate change to peace and security.


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China Watching: The View from Southeast Asia Event

Southeast Asia is often viewed as the region that most readily exemplifies the competitive forces of the United States and China at work. And yet, the analogy of Southeast Asia as a testing ground tends to strip these countries of their agency in managing their foreign relations. What do Southeast…


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.