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U.S.-China Relations: Key Strategic Issues in 2008

Content from the Brookings-Tsinghua Public Policy Center is now archived. Since October 1, 2020, Brookings has maintained a limited partnership with Tsinghua University School of Public Policy and Management that is intended to facilitate jointly organized dialogues, meetings, and/or events.

During the last year there have been a number of significant events with potential impact on U.S.-China relations.

The U.S. Presidential campaign, the change of political leadership in Taiwan, Iran’s nuclear program, the six-party negotiations on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, and emergence of new political leadership in Japan will shape not only the U.S.-China relationship but the international environment. China and the United States have similar perspectives on some of these events but differing ones on others.

The Brookings-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy held a public discussion with four visiting American experts on these key issues.





Alan D. Romberg

Distinguished Fellow and Director, East Asia Program, The Henry L. Stimson Center

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