U.S.-China Policy: Historical Perspective, the U.S. Pivot, and the 2012 Presidential Campaign

  • Thursday, September 27, 2012
  • 11:00 AM EDT
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U.S. relations with China have never been easy. Explore where U.S.-China relations have been, where we are now and we’re we are headed in the future.


Topics Covered:

  • Forty Years of Engagement: Containment?
  • Presidents, Congress, and Taiwan
  • China is not Asia and Vice Versa: The Pivot
  • Serious Points of Contention
  • Advice on Elections: Ignore Rhetoric, Steady Course
Presenters
Shelton Williams, PhD
Senior Instructor, Master of Arts in Diplomacy; Director of the Osgood Center in Washington, D.C.
Lasha Tchantouridzé, PhD
Program Director, Master of Arts in Diplomacy
Fianna Verret, MA
Associate Program Director, Master of Arts in Diplomacy
Steve Shakes
Admissions Advisor, Master of Arts in Diplomacy
Categories: Diplomacy