May 23, 2014

New Model of Major Power Relationship Research Project 2014

On February 20, 2014, the main report and three joint papers were launched in Washington, D.C. The launch event began with opening remarks by Neera Tanden, President of CAP; and Chinese Ambassador Cui Tiankai. CUSEF Chairman C.H. Tung; former National Security Advisor to President Clinton, Sandy Berger; Deputy Secretary of Defense for Clinton’s administration, Rudy deLeon; and Professor Yang Jiemian spoke at the event. Over 150 Washington think tank members, elites, and press participated in an active discussion. CUSEF coordinated this research project.

Locations:

Washington, D.C.

Participants:

Think tank members, elites, and press from Washington D.C. area

Partner Organizations:

Center for American Progress

Program Overview New Model of Major Power Relationship Research Project

Since 2009, the Foundation has been engaged in a continuous partnership with the Center for American Progress (CAP) to arrange a forum titled “China-US High Level Dialogue”.

The dialogue brings together prominent former government officials, scholars, and leaders in other fields from China and the U.S. to engage in a frank and focused discussion on different issues related to China-US relations. Further, in 2013, the Foundation and CAP embarked on a major research effort to explore the concept of a “New Model of Major Power Relations”.

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