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Global China Project

Global China Project

The Global China Project focuses on advancing recommendations for how the United States should respond to China’s actions that implicate key American interests and values.

The Great Hall of the People, where the National People's Congress will be held is seen in Beijing, March 5, 2015. Around 3,000 delegates to the annual meeting of China's parliament, the National People's Congress, will meet in Beijing's Great Hall of the People on March 5 for a session that normally lasts around 10 days. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) - GM1EB350M8U01

The choices America makes in its competition with China will have far reaching consequences. Given the stakes involved, it is essential that American leaders deeply interrogate trade-offs and second-order effects of policy options. To support this process, the Brookings Institution is launching Phase 3 of its Global China Project. The Brookings Institution will use this phase to convene experts to rigorously examine decisions facing U.S. policymakers on China.

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Lost in translation

Global China’s “Lost in translation: Decoding Chinese strategic narratives” series critically examines key strategic concepts, popular theories, and prevalent debates in the Chinese political system, and discusses their implications for U.S. policy.

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"Language" in Chinese with character dictionary.
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