July 24, 2014

“Chinese-American Cooperation in Middle East” Research Project 2014

Following the successful launch of the research report “Towards a New Model of Major Power Relations” earlier this year, there has been tremendous interest from both the U.S. and China in finding mutually beneficial areas where the two countries can collaborate. The “Chinese-American Cooperation in the Middle East” joint-research project is a follow up to previous research and an opportunity to offer fresh perspectives to a region filled with policy tensions of global importance. As in the previous case, the research will be conducted in partnership with the Center for American Progress (CAP) and the Shanghai Institute for International Studies (SIIS).

Locations:

TBD

Participants:

TBD

Partner Organizations:

Center for American Progress

Shanghai Institute for International Studies

Program Overview

The goal of the “Chinese-American Cooperation in the Middle East” research project is to investigate the potential for cooperation between the U.S. and China in the Middle East, a region in transition; and to identify areas that both the U.S. and China feel comfortable in addressing.

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