July 13, 2016, Jeffrey A. Bader
In the wake of the ruling on the South China Sea, how can the United States best proceed in a way that upholds the principles the tribunal affirmed but allows Beijing to get out of the corner it has painted itself into? Read More ›
July 22, 2016, David Dollar and Wei Wang
July 20, 2016, Jonathan D. Pollack and Richard C. Bush III
July 19, 2016, Junyi Zhang
July 13, 2016, Richard C. Bush III
July 2016, David Dollar
July 12, 2016, Jonathan D. Pollack
July 11, 2016, David Dollar
July 8, 2016, Jonathan D. Pollack
June 30, 2016, David Dollar
June 2016, Philippe Le Corre and Alain Sepulchre
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Brookings' John L. Thornton China Center hosted the U.S.-China Leaders Forum at The Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands from May 8 to May 10, 2016, bringing together high-level policymakers, business leaders, military strategists, policy scholars, scientists, and innovators to foster greater trust between the United States and China, as well as to develop ideas for increased collaboration between the two countries on issues of the day and topics of long-term strategic interest. Read more »
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In the inaugural Brookings China Strategy Paper, Changing China policy: Are we in search of enemies?, Jeffrey A. Bader evaluates the recent rhetoric towards China and argues that the United States and China should work out their differences in a way that promotes continued economic dynamism and lowers tensions in the region.
Five resident scholars of The Brookings Institution's John L. Thornton China Center have been named among the top 10 American experts on U.S.-China relations in a study conducted by China Foreign Affairs University’s International Relations Research Institute. Brookings was the only institution to be so well represented on the list, which included Jeffrey Bader, Richard Bush, David Dollar, Cheng Li, Kenneth Lieberthal.
This study, which can be found here, is based on an analysis of scholarly influence between 2003 and 2013 on U.S.-China strategic, economic, and trade issues; China's military; maritime disputes; and global governance issues.
A monthly newsletter on Chinese affairs and the U.S.-China relationship from the John L. Thornton China Center.
The John L. Thornton China Center provides cutting-edge research, analysis, dialogue and publications that focus on China's emergence and the implications of this for the United States, China's neighbors and the rest of the world. Scholars at the China Center address a wide range of critical issues related to China's modernization, including China’s foreign, economic and trade policies and its domestic challenges. In 2006 the Brookings Institution also launched the Brookings-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy, a partnership between Brookings and China’s Tsinghua University in Beijing that seeks to produce high quality and high impact policy research in areas of fundamental importance for China’s development and for U.S.-China relations.
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