Building a "New Model of Major Country Relations"

  • Thursday, Jul 10, 2014
  • In an era when U.S.-China relations have become increasingly strained but harbor greater implications for regional and global security, the Xi and Obama administrations seek to build a framework that encourages win-win cooperation in order to avoid conflict and confrontation. Please join the Freeman Chair in China Studies for a discussion with a distinguished panel from China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the challenges and expectations associated with building a "new type of major country relations" between a rising China and the United States. The panel will also place the "new type of major country relations" in the context of China's emerging foreign policy at large and explore the implications of this framework on China's relations with major powers and with the developing world as well.
     
    Featuring:
     
    Mr. Zha Peixin
    Foreign Policy Advisory Committee,
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs, China;
    Former Chinese Ambassador to the United Kingdom

       

    Mr. Li Fenglin
    Foreign Policy Advisory Committee,
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs, China;
    Former Chinese Ambassador to Russia
     
    Mr. Zhu Yinghuang
    Foreign Policy Advisory Committee,
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs, China;
    Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, China Daily Newspaper Group
    Vice Chairman of All-China Translators’ Association  
     
    Moderated by:

    Mr. Christopher Johnson  
    Senior Adviser and Freeman Chair in China Studies, CSIS

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