Selected through a competitive process, the 2016-2017 U.S.-China Student Fellows cohort was comprised of 9 undergraduate students, representing nine top-tier U.S. and Chinese colleges and universities. Over the course of the academic year, the fellows met in person in Washington D.C. and Beijing, contributed blog posts, and held online discussions around the theme "Challenges of Globalization".
Climate change, pandemics in increasingly mobile societies, political instability in an ever more connected world: These are just some of the looming challenges that will face future generations across the globe.
August 15, 2017
What did you take away from the 2016-2017 student fellows program, and how might you use this experience going forward in your studies? In this blog post, student fellows are asked to reflect on their second meeting in Beijing in June 2017 and comment on what they learned from their interactions and…
April 17, 2017
The United States and China have enjoyed official diplomatic relations ever since 1979. The two sides understand each other well. Interaction on a myriad of bilateral and global issues is extensive. Yet, many on both sides continue to believe that there is a strategic trust deficit in which neither…
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