What are the strategic domain issues for Sino-US relations? Professor Wang Dong, Associate Professor, School of International Studies, Peking University, will discuss key topics including nuclear, cyber, maritime, space, military-to-military and people-to-people exchanges. And, presenting insight from recent meetings with US Congress members as well as conversations with the architect of ping-pong diplomacy himself, Dr Henry Kissinger, Professor Wang looks more broadly at the current state of US-China relations.
DATE: April 29 (Friday)
VENUE: Beijing American Center, Suite 2801, Jingguang Center, Hujia Lou, Chaoyang District, phone: 5990 3388
ENTRANCE: Free, only with registration by April 28, 3pm, and photo ID.
REGISTRATION: at www.fccchina.org/events/29042016/
ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Wang Dong, Associate Professor School of International Studies, Deputy Executive Director, Institute for China-US People to People Exchange, Peking University, Secretary General, Pangoal Institution. This month this National Bureau of Asian Research publishes a special report led by Professor Wang Dong and authored by a team of leading Chinese and American experts entitled “US-China relations in Strategic Domains.” Professor Wang received his bachelor in law from Peking University and master’s degree and Ph.D. in political science from University of California, Los Angeles. Professor Wang taught at York College of Pennsylvania before joining the faculty of Peking University in 2008.