The Challenges of Globalization

The Challenges of Globalization

January 3, 2018

U.S.-China Climate Cooperation Leading up to the Paris Agreement

Since 2008 how would you characterize the steps forward you have seen in collaboration with China? 

This blog is part of an exit interview conducted by the initiative as the Research Group on Climate Change concludes its first phase. Group members offer their thoughts on the evolution of U.S.-China climate engagement.

Responses

Early Engagement with China

Early Engagement with China

Billy Pizer | February 12, 2018

U.S.-China Cooperation on Climate Governance

U.S.-China Cooperation on Climate Governance

Zhang Xiliang | February 12, 2018

Climate Cooperation Beyond the National Level

Climate Cooperation Beyond the National Level

Melanie Hart | February 9, 2018


December 8, 2017

In Search of Resolution on North Korea

How should China and the United States work together on North Korea? What do you think is the best means of preventing nuclear conflict on the peninsula? Given the deteriorating conditions for peaceful resolution and the heated rhetoric exchanged with North Korea, these questions are more critical now than ever. The initiative's 2017-2018 U.S.-China student fellows offer their thoughts in the blogs below.

Responses

Negotiations Are the Only Permanent Solution

Negotiations Are the Only Permanent Solution

Haile Chen | December 11, 2017

Economic Sanctions are Necessary but not Sufficient

Economic Sanctions are Necessary but not Sufficient

Yamillet Payano | December 7, 2017

Getting North Korea Back on Track

Getting North Korea Back on Track

Yunxin Wang | December 7, 2017

Oil Cutoff Is the Key to North Korea Issue

Oil Cutoff Is the Key to North Korea Issue

Michael Mullaney | December 6, 2017

Consensus First, Actions Later

Consensus First, Actions Later

Hongjin Xu | December 4, 2017

Meeting Each Other Halfway on North Korea

Meeting Each Other Halfway on North Korea

Chenyu Wu | December 3, 2017

Different Approaches for a Similar Goal

Different Approaches for a Similar Goal

Cynthia Wang | December 3, 2017