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Asia-Pacific Dialogue Series

Related: Project on Strategic Dialogue in the Asia-Pacific

Launched during the 2020-2021 academic year, the Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue and the Asian Studies Program in the Walsh School of Foreign Service hosted a series of virtual and on-site dialogues about key players in the Asia-Pacific region and their strategic roles in the wider context of U.S.-China relations.

This event series was part of the Project on Strategic Dialogue in the Asia-Pacific, jointly led by Professors Michael Green and Evan Medeiros.

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Event Series

Vadimir Putin and Xi Jinping standing side by side

China-Russia Relations: Peers, Allies, Competitors?

Earlier this year, Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin declared that there was “no limit” to their partnership and “no forbidden” areas of cooperation. The conflict…

Dragon statue

China Watching: The View from Southeast Asia

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…

Angela Merkel and Xi Jinping shaking hands

China-Germany Relations in a Post-Merkel Era

After 16 years with Angela Merkel as German chancellor, a change in leadership comes at a time when the China-Germany relationship has become increasingly fraught. Germany's political transition is…