May 21, 2013

Study by the Atlantic Council on Key to the Global Future 2013

The joint study: China-US Cooperation: Key to the Global Future examines how China-US Cooperation is the key to the global future. The report was presented to policy makers, foreign policy elites, and the public in both countries to provide a better understanding of the global trends, challenges, and threats faced by both nations and their policy implications.

There were 2 launches of the report. The first was held in Washington, D.C. on September 17th, followed by a second launch in Beijing on October 11th. Both events had an attendance of about 150 scholars, former government officials, academics, and reporters. The launches received considerable media coverage in the United States, China, and Hong Kong and was reported on many news outlets including: Voice of America, Asia-US Affairs, World Affairs Journal, Global Times, People’s Daily, China Daily, Phoenix TV , 文匯報, 大公報, 明報.

Locations:

Washington, D.C.
Beijing

Participants:

About 150 scholars, former government officials, academics, and reporters in each of the two launch events.

Partner Organizations:

Atlantic Council
China Institute of International Studies

Program Overview Study by the Atlantic Council on Key to the Global Future

The Foundation sponsored a joint study: China-US Cooperation: Key to the Global Future, co-developed by the Atlantic Council and the Chinese Institute of International Studies (CIIS). This joint study was built on separate reports by experts in the two countries, including the US National Intelligence Council’s Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds, and Global Trends to 2030 and the Prospects for China-US Relations, prepared under the direction of CIIS and Peking University’s School of International Studies.

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