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The initiative hosts a variety of on-site events, book talks, forums, and town halls covering different aspects of the U.S.-China relationship. These events address a range of topics including China’s economic development, China’s impact on the technology sector, U.S.-China agricultural trade, and increasing U.S.-China competition.

Event Series

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China, Unseen: Solving Problems in the New Era

Many discussions about “China” are really about the Chinese Communist Party, but governments and the people are not exactly the same thing. Fewer conversations are about what Chinese people are doing…

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The U.S.-China Technology Relationship in Flux

Technology policy was long the sleepy domain of technical specialists and bureaucrats. Over the last two years, however, technology relations between the United States and China have hit the front…

Georgetown experts Michael Green, Dennis Wilder, and Evan Medeiros discuss policy with moderator Bonner Glaser.

Did the U.S. Get China Wrong?

The inaugural Cling Family U.S.-China Conference, co-sponsored by the Asian Studies Program and Georgetown's Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues, was held on November 13 in Riggs…