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Peace and Security

Georgetown’s Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues addresses peace and security-related issues and opportunities for cooperation through research, teaching, and dialogue among Chinese and U.S. leaders from the public sector, business, and the academy.


Since fall 2017, research workshops on strategic trust between the United States and China - led by the initiative’s managing director, Dennis Wilder - have brought together groups of leading U.S. and Chinese scholars for dialogue and research around key academic and policy issues relating to the roles of China and the United States in the emerging international order, including in the areas of diplomacy, economics, trade, culture, environmental protection, and use of military force.

The goal of these workshops is to expand areas of common interest and to look for ways to minimize political friction between the world's largest and second-largest economies. Building on the foundation established by the workshops, a research group will be formed in fall 2019 to further policy-oriented research through dialogues alternating between Washington and Beijing. Learn more about the dialogue and related publications in the sections below.

For an overview of Georgetown’s engagement with issues of peace and security across schools and programs,  visit the Global Georgetown website.

Events

Publications

Blog Posts

Opportunities and Challenges on the Belt and Road Initiative

January 31, 2018

What are the opportunities and challenges of U.S.-China cooperation on the Belt and Road Initiative? In this discussion, the initiative's student fellows examine specific areas where the United States and China have common interests for development as well as those which remain an underlying…

Responses

In Search of Resolution on North Korea

December 8, 2017

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…

Responses