Explore U.S.-China-related events at Georgetown University and around the greater Washington, D.C., area.
The initiative sponsors public dialogues, research seminars, and policy consultations that bring together American and Chinese perspectives on global issues and seek to identify areas for mutual learning and collaboration.
This speaker series brings distinguished academics, policymakers, and experts to Georgetown to explore various aspects of China's emergence as a major power with global influence.
This seminar will explore the triangular dynamic between Beijing, Moscow, and Washington, D.C. Speaker: Dr. Peter Clement.
On May 21, 2018, prominent business leaders, academics, and government officials from the United States and China gathered at the Georgetown McDonough School of Business for the U.S.-China Agricultural Trade Forum. The event was sponsored by the Walmart Food Safety Collaboration Center and the…
The U.S.-China Research Group on Global Health and Migration, convened by Dr. Jennifer Bouey of Georgetown University in collaboration with Dr. Cheng Feng of Tsinghua University, held its fourth and final meeting on May 14 and 15, 2018.
As fears of a trade war loomed over the U.S.-China economic relationship, the Georgetown U.S.-China Research Group on Business and Trade held its first meeting on the “Politics of Innovation in an Interdependent World” on April 19 and 20, 2018.
On January 9, Georgetown’s Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues co-hosted the 2018 China-U.S. Young Leaders Forum with the China Institute of International Studies.