Tuesday September 17, 2019

 

CHINA FORUM PROGRAM INDEX

Program 115: Rising China: Risks and Rewards

China Forum welcomes Dr. David M. Lampton of Johns Hopkins SAIS to discuss what it means to be a “responsible global stakeholder” and the significance of China’s recent increase in actions that appear to be moving the country in such a direction. Dr. Lampton also discusses what such an assumption of responsibility might mean for the United States, Asia, and the international community as a whole. Recorded June 2015.

Program 114: China’s Changing Economy

China Forum welcomes Dr. Yukon Huang of the Carnegie Institute to discuss China’s slowed economic growth, new trends, and what they mean for China and the global economy. Recorded April 2015.

Program 113: China and Latin America

China Forum welcomes Dr. Cynthia Watson of the National War College to discuss China’s growing involvement in the Latin American region and what it will mean going forward for China, Latin America, and especially the United States. Recorded April 2015.

Program 112: The Environment: China’s Evolving Perspective

China Forum welcomes Dr. Jennifer Turner of the Wilson Center’s China Environment Forum to discuss the current state of China’s efforts to clean up pollution and emissions and reform its environmental regulations. Dr. Turner also talks about her hopes for the future of environmental regulation and cooperation between the United States and China. Recorded April 2015.

Program 111: Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaign: Part II

This episode of China Forum concludes the recording of the USCPF panel discussion event, “Tigers and Flies: Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaign.” Recorded March 2015.

Program 110: Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaign: Part I

This episode of China Forum includes the first half of the recording of the USCPF panel discussion event, “Tigers and Flies: Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaign.” Expert panelists Dr. David Lampton, Mr. Chris Johnson, Dr. Yukon Huang, Dr. Bruce Dickson, and Dr. Sasha Gong discuss the current state and possible future of President Xi’s efforts to rid the government of corruption. Recorded March 2015.

Program 109: Internet Governance in China

China Forum welcomes Dr. Scott Kennedy of CSIS to discuss current trends in Internet governance and censorship in China and its effects both domestically and on the international stage. Recorded March 2015.

Program 108: Cross-Strait Relations and the Prospects of Unification

China Forum welcomes the President and Co-Chair of the US-China Policy Foundation Dr. Chi Wang to discuss the implications of the recent mid-term elections for cross-strait relations. Dr. Wang also delivers his prediction on the prospects of unification between Taiwan and mainland. Recorded January 2015.

Program 107: 20th Anniversary of USCPF

China Forum welcomes the President and Co-Chair of the US-China Policy Foundation Dr. Chi Wang to talk about the 20th anniversary of USCPF and his hopes for the future. Recorded January 2015.

Special Program – Charting the Course of Modern Chinese History: The Young Marshal Zhang Xueliang

This hour-long documentary chronicles the life of China’s Young Marshal Zhang Xueliang, who was instrumental in establishing cooperation between the Nationalist and Communists Armies during the Second-Sino Japanese War. Updated with new voiceovers. Recorded December 2014.

Program 106: US-China Policy Foundation 2014 Annual Gala Dinner

A special episode covering USCPF’s annual gala dinner with exclusive interviews with the night’s guests about the achievements of US-China relations over the past year and prospects for the future. Recorded November 2014.

Program 105: Madame Chiang Kai-shek and US-Sino Cooperation in WWII

A special episode of recovered historical footage featuring US-Sino cooperation during WWII and Madame Chiang Kai-shek’s visit to the US in 1943. Updated with new voiceovers. Recorded November 2014.

Program 104: China and the Bomb

A special episode of recovered historical footage of a PRC propaganda film about the beginnings of China’s nuclear weapons program. First aired by China Forum in the 1990s. Updated with new voiceovers. Recorded November 2014.

Program 103: Current Developments in Cross-Strait Relations and Taiwan’s Politics

China Forum welcomes Mr. Alan Romberg, Distinguished Fellow and Director of the Asia Program at the Stimson Center, to discuss current developments in cross-strait relations and Taiwan politics. Recorded September 2014

Program 102: Prospects for Hong Kong

China Forum welcomes Ambassador James Keith, former US Consul General of Hong Kong, to discuss the democracy movement and other recent developments in Hong Kong. Recorded September 2014

Program 101: President Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaign

China Forum welcomes Mr. Chris Johnson, senior advisor and Freeman Chair of China Studies at CSIS, to discuss recent developments in President Xi’s national anti-corruption campaign. Recorded September 2014

Program 100: U.S.-China Military Relations

China Forum presents its 100th episode! We are joined by Admiral William J. Fallon, former PACOM Commander, U.S. Navy (retired) to discuss the state of U.S.-China Military Relations. Recorded July 2014

Program 99: U.S.-China “Great Power Relations”

China Forum welcomes Mr. Robert Daly, director of the Kissinger Institute on the U.S. and China, to talk about U.S.-China “Great Power Relations.” Recorded June 2014

Program 98: Chinese Assertiveness and the Implications for its Neighbors

China Forum welcomes Dr. Phillip Saunders of the National Defense University to discuss China’s recent assertiveness and its implications for its Asian neighbors. Recorded May 2014

Program 97: Reflections on the Evolution of U.S.-China Relations

China Forum welcomes Dr. Richard Solomon of the RAND Corporation to reflect on the evolution of the U.S.-China Relations.  Recorded April 2014

Program 96: China’s Legal System and the Potential for Reform

China Forum welcomes Professor Donald Clarke of The George Washington University to talk about China’s legal system and the potential for reform.  Recorded April 2014

Program 95: Recent Developments in China-Taiwan Relations

China Forum welcomes Dr. Richard Bush of The Brookings Institution to talk about recent developments in China-Taiwan relations including prospects for reunification.  Recorded March 2014

Program 94: Recent Trends in China’s Economic Growth

China Forum welcomes Dr. Yukon Huang of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace to talk about recent trends in China’s economic growth and what these trends mean for President Xi Jinping and the Chinese Communist Party. Recorded February 2014

Program 93: President Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaign

China Forum welcomes Dr. Cheng Li the director of research and a senior fellow at
Thornton China Center in the Foreign Policy Program at the Brookings Institution, and a director of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations to talk about Chinese President Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaigns. Recorded February 2014

Program 92: US-China Relations Under Obama and Xi

China Forum welcomes J. Stapleton Roy, former US Ambassador to China and Director Emeritus of the Kissinger Institute on China and the US, to talk about US-China relations under Barack Obama and Xi Jinping. Recorded October 2013.

Program 91: China’s Economic Reforms

China Forum welcomes Prof. Pieter Bottelier of Johns Hopkins SAIS and Wayne Morrison of Congressional Research Service to talk about China’s economic reform agenda and what the impact might be. Recorded September 2013.

Program 90: China and Syria

China Forum interviews Amb. Chas W. Freeman, Chairman of Projects International and long-time U.S. diplomat, and Dr. Dawn Murphy, visiting professor at George Washington University, to discuss China’s role in the Syrian crisis. Recorded September 2013.

Program 89: Hong Kong in the 21st Century

China Forum welcomes Donald Tong, Hong Kong Commissioner for Economic and Trade Affairs in the USA. Commissioner Tong answers questions about Hong Kong’s political and economic system, its relationship with mainland China, and its role in the global economy. Recorded July 2013.

Program 88: Sino-Indian Relations

China Forum interviews Dr. Ashley Tellis, a senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, about the future of Sino-Indian relations and the implications for Asia and the world. Recorded June 2013.

Program 87: Cybersecurity and U.S.-China Relations

China Forum welcomes Dr. James A. Lewis, director of the Technology and Public Policy Program at CSIS, for a discussion on cybersecurity issues and the effect on U.S.-China Relations. Recorded May 2013.

Program 86: The Future of China-Taiwan Relations

China Forum welcomes Dr. Richard Bush, director of the Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies at the Brookings Institution,  for a discussion of his recent book, Uncharted Strait: The Future of China-Taiwan Relations. Recorded May 2013.

Program 85: China’s Military Modernization

China Forum welcomes Dr. Phillip Saunders, Director of the Center for Study of Chinese Military Affairs at National Defense University, to discuss China’s military modernization. Learn how China’s military capabilities have changed over the last 20 years and what the implications are for regional security issues. Recorded April 2013.

Program 84: The 12th National People’s Congress

China Forum welcomes Dr. Douglas Paal, Vice President for Studies at the Carnegie Endowment, and Professor Bruce Dickson of George Washington University to discuss the 12th National People’s Congress and what it means for China’s future: new leaders, new policies, and new priorities for China’s government. Recorded March 2013.

Program 83: China and the Middle East

China Forum welcomes Amb. Chas W. Freeman, Jr., Chairman of Projects International and former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, to discuss China’s relationship with nations in the Middle East. Recorded March 2013.

Program 82: China and the Asia-Pacific Region

China Forum welcomes Dr. Kenneth Lieberthal of Brookings and Ambassador Chas W. Freeman, Jr., chairman of Projects International, for an analysis of China’s relations with its neighbors in the Asia Pacific region, including Japan, South Korea, and ASEAN. Recorded March 2013.

Program 81: China, Energy, and the Environment

China Forum welcomes Dr. Jennifer Turner, director of the China Environment Forum, and Dr. Joanna Lewis of Georgetown University for an overview of China’s energy usage and environment. Find out what China’s major environmental concerns are, and how the government is working to solve these problems. Recorded February 2013.

Program 80: The 2012 Chinese Leadership Transition

China Forum welcomes Alan Romberg of the Stimson Center for an overview of the 18th National Party Congress in Beijing, the new Chinese leadership, and what effects leadership changes in China might have on U.S.-China relations. Recorded November 2012.

Program 79: China and Obama’s Second Term

China Forum welcomes Dr. Robert Sutter of GWU’s Elliott School of International Affairs and Alan Romberg of the Stimson Center for a discussion of what U.S.-China relations might look like during President Obama’s second term. Recorded November 2012.

Program 78: China and Africa

China Forum welcomes Ambassador David Shinn of GWU’s Elliott School of International Affairs and Dr. Deborah Brautigam of Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies for a discussion on China’s economic and political relationship with Africa.  Recorded September 2012.

Program 77: U.S.-China Military Relations

China Forum welcomes Peter Brookes, Senior Fellow for National Security Affairs at the Heritage Foundation, for an overview of the current state of U.S.-China military relations. We discuss current sources of tension, efforts to improve trust, and the outlook for future military relations. Recorded September 2012.

Program 76: China’s Economy

China Forum welcomes Pieter Bottelier, Senior Adjunct Professor of China Studies at Johns Hopkins’ School of Advanced International Studies, for a discussion of China’s economy and the prospects for economic reform. Recorded June 2012.

Program 75: Social Media in China

China Forum welcomes Dr. Irene Wu, Professor in the Communications, Culture, and Technology program at Georgetown University, and David Wertime, editor and founder of Tea Leaf Nation, to discuss social media in China. We discuss what China’s social media looks like, how it functions, and what the rise of social media might mean for China’s future. Recorded June 2012.

Program 74: China’s Legal Reforms

China Forum welcomes Dr. James V. Feinerman, Professor of Asian Legal Studies at Georgetown Law and the Co-Director of Georgetown Law — Asia, and Dr. Sophie Richardson, China Director at Human Rights Watch, to discuss new developments in China’s legal system, and how they relate to efforts to strengthen the rule of law in China. Recorded April 2012.

Program 73: Analyzing the Case of Bo Xilai

China Forum welcomes Dr. Cheng Li, Director of Research at the Brookings Institution’s John L. Thornton China Center, and Mr. Richard McGregor, the Washington D.C. Bureau Chief for the Financial Times, to discuss the rise and fall of Bo Xilai, as well as the long-term implications these events might have for Chinese politics. Recorded April 2012.

Program 72: A Compelling Journey from Peking to Washington

Dr. Chi Wang, president and chair of the USCPF, speaks about his book, A Compelling Journey from Peking to Washington: Building a New Life in America, published by Hamilton Books, a division of the Rowman and Littlefield Publishing Group. The book recounts the personal journey of Chi Wang — his childhood as a student in pre-revolutionary China, his new beginnings in America, and his contributions to U.S.-China relations in the historic era of rapprochement. Recorded February 2012.

Program 71: Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping Visits the U.S.

China Forum welcomes Dr. David Lampton, Director of China Studies at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies, and Dr. Robert Sutter, Professor of Practice of International Affairs at the George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, to discuss Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping’s visit to the U.S. and implications for U.S.-China relations. Recorded February 2012.

Program 70: The 2012 Chinese Leadership Transition

China Forum welcomes Dr. David Lampton, Director of China Studies at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies and USCPF board member, and Dr. Cheng Li, Director of Research at the Brookings Institution’s John L. Thornton China Center, to discuss the upcoming Chinese leadership transition beginning in 2012. The 18th Party Congress occurring in October 2012 will see an unprecedentedly large shift in power from the 4th generation of Chinese leaders, who are retiring or have reached the Party age limit, to the younger 5th generation. Dr. Lampton and Dr. Li discuss the transition process, the factionalism emerging within the competition for coveted senior-level positions, and Chinese public opinion surrounding the elite political changes. Recorded November 2011.

Program 69: The Future of the U.S. in Asia

China Forum welcomes Dr. Robert Sutter of George Washington University and Bonnie Glaser of CSIS to discuss the future status of American leadership in Asia-Pacific and recommend what foreign & economic policy improvements can be made in the region. Recorded July 2011.

Program 68: 2012 Elections in Taiwan

Dr. Robert Sutter of George Washington University and Dr. Richard Bush of Brookings Institution discuss the current status of China-Taiwan relations and prospects for the upcoming 2012 Taiwanese presidential elections. Recorded July 2011.

Program 67:Assessing the Situation in the Middle East and its Possible Implications for China II

Ambassador Charles W. Freeman joins Kerry Dumbaugh in discussing the recent protests in the Middle East and possible reactions from the Chinese government and Chinese citizens. Recorded April 2011.

Program 66: Assessing the Situation in the Middle East and its Possible Implications for China I

Conversation with RANDT Analysts Murray Scott Tanner and Andrew Scobell on pro-democracy protests in the Middle East and the potential reactions from the Chinese public and the Communist Party. Recorded March 2011.

Program 65: Analyzing Obama’s Trip to China
Kerry Dumbaugh, David M. Lampton, and Ambassador James Sasser discuss President Barack Obama’s achievements during his first China visit in the context of domestic and international expectations, and analyze what implications there may be for future Sino-American cooperation on environmental and energy issues, trade, human rights, and regional security challenges. Recorded November 2009.

Program 64: Evaluating Obama’s China Policy after 100 Days
April 29 marked the 100th day of the Obama presidential administration. This episode of China Forum takes the opportunity presented by the 100 days mark to discuss Obama’s efforts and priorities as president; specifically, the China-policy that Obama and his advisors are creating. Recorded May 2009

Program 63: Celebrating the 80th Anniversary of the China Section at the U.S. Library of Congress
Dr. Chi Wang, President and Co-Chair of the USCPF, discusses the development of the collection over the last 80 years and comments on his role as one of hte first American librarians to visit China in 1972, and the impact it had on the library’s acquisitions. Recorded February 2009

Program 62: George W. Bush and China: Policies, Problems and Partnership
Dr. Chi Wang speaks about his book George W. Bush and China: Policies, Problems and Partnership published by Lexington Books, a division of Rowman and Littlefield Publishers. The book analyzes U.S. policy toward China under President George W. Bush. Recorded February 2009

Program 61: Asian-American Voters and the 2008 Presidential Election
Dr. Chi Wang discusses how the role of the Asian-American voter has changed over the last few decades, and in what ways those voters would likely affect the 2008 U.S. presidential election. Hosted by Meghan Crossin. Recorded August 2008

Program 60: 2008 Beijing Olympics Special Report
In a special episode of China Forum, the USCPF’s Meghan Crossin and Corinne Milliken highlight significant aspects of the 2008 Beijing Olympics and examine the various ways in which the Chinese prepared to host the international event. Recorded August 2008

Program 59: Conversation and Analysis with Amb. Chas W. Freeman, Jr.
USCPF Co-Chairs, Dr. Chi Wang and Former U.S. Ambassador Chas W. Freeman, Jr., discuss the implications of the 2008 Taiwanese presidential election results, the politicization of the upcoming Beijing Olympic Games, the potential results of the May 2008 Strategic Economic Dialogues in Washington, D.C., and make brief recommendations for the next U.S. administration’s China policy. Recorded May 2008

Program 58: U.S.-China Policy in a New Administration
with Congressional Research Service expert Kerry Dumbaugh, Sr. Vice President of Samuels International and Editor of The Nelson Report, Chris Nelson, and holder of the Freeman Chair in China Studies at CSIS, Charles Freeman III. Recorded April 2008

Program 57: U.S.-China Economic & Financial Relationship
with Congressional Research Service experts Kerry Dumbaugh, Wayne Morrison, and Michael Martin. Recorded March 2008

Program 56: 2007 Year in Review: Important Events in China
with Dr. Chi Wang. Recorded January 2008

Program 55: The U.S.-China Economic Relationship II
with Dr. Pieter Bottelier. Recorded January 2008

Program 54: The U.S.-China Security Relationship
with Admiral Eric McVadon. Recored December 2007

Program 53: The U.S.-China Economic Relationship
with Dr. Pieter Bottelier. Recorded November 2007

Program 52: China’s Communist Party’s 17th Party Congress
with Dr. David M. Lampton. Recorded November 2007

Program 51: Prospects for Political Reform in China
with Joseph Fewsmith and Cheng Li. Recorded January 2004

Program 50: A Conversation with Richard Solomon
Ambassador Solomon gives an assessment of Asian policy at the end of the first Bush administration. Topics discussed include China’s economic development, security threats to China, cross-strait relations, and China’s positions on nuclear proliferation. Recorded January 2004

Program 49: Premier Wen Jiabao’s Visit to the United States
with Richard Bush and Robert Kapp. Recorded December 2003

Program 48: Rein in at the Brink of the Precipice
with Alan D. Romberg, Senior Associate at The Henry L. Stimson Center, examines U.S. Taiwan policy. Recorded October 2003

Program 47: China’s Space Program
with Bates Gill and Marcia Smith. Recorded October 2003

Program 46: Beyond Crony Capitalism
Susan Lawrence, correspondent for the Far East Economic Review, shares her experiences and impressions garnered while stationed in Beijing. Topics include media coverage of SARS, attitude of the Communist Party towards the press, and the rise of the second generation of private business owners in China. Recorded September 2003

Program 45: Beyond Tiananmen: Politics of U.S.-China Relations
with Robert Seuttinger and Robert Sutter. Recorded August 2003

Program 44: Taiwan’s Electoral Politics
with June Teufel Dreyer and Shelley Rigger. Recorded July 2003

Program 43: U.S.-China Relations During the Bush Administration
with Jeffrey Bader and David Lampton. Recorded June 2003

Program 42: China’s Leadership in the 21st Century
with David Finkelstein, Director, Project Asia, The Center for Naval Analysis, and Marianne Kivlehan, analyst, The Center for Naval Analysis. Recorded May 2003

Program 41: North Korea’s Nuclear Program
with Victor Cha, Professor at Georgetown University, and Bonnie Glaser, Senior Associate, The Center for Strategic and International Studies. Recorded May 2003

Program 40: Preventive Defense in U.S.-China Relations
Dr. William J. Perry discusses U.S.-China policy, Taiwan, and North Korea. Recorded May 2003

Program 39: SARS and Other Challenges to China’s New Leaders
with Carol Hamrin and David Lampton. Recorded April 2003

Program 38: U.S.-China Relations in a Post-Iraq War Setting
with Admiral Eric McVadon and John Tkacik. Recorded April 2003

Program 37: Multinational Perspectives on the DPRK Nuclear Crisis
with Ambassador James Lilley, Director of the Asian Studies program at the American Enterprise Institute and former U.S. Ambassador to China and South Korea, and Dr. David Shambaugh, professor at the Elliot School of International Affairs at The George Washington University, and Non-Resident Senior Fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies Program at The Brookings Institution. Recorded February 2003

Program 36: A Conversation with David Shambaugh
with Dr. David Shambaugh, professor at the Elliot School of International Affairs at The George Washington University, and Non-Resident Senior Fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies Program at The Brookings Institution. Recorded February 2003

Program 35: A Conversation with James Lilley, Part III
with Ambassador James Lilley, Former U.S. Ambassador to China. Recorded October 2002

Program 34: Conversation on the G.W. Bush Administration’s Policies Towards China
with Dr. Robert Sutter, Professor at Georgetown University. Recorded October 2002

Program 33: The Political Implications of Taiwan’s Economic Integration with the Mainland
with C.J. Chen, Representative at the Taiwan Economic and Cultural Representatives Office (TECRO), and Dr. Ralph Kluff, Professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. Recorded October 2002

Program 32: Human Rights and the Rule of Law in China
with Ira Wolf, Staff Director of the Congressional Executive Commission on China, and Kevin Neeker, Senior Fellow at the Forum for International Policy.Recorded October 2002

Program 31: National Security Implications of the U.S.-China Economic Relationship
with Stephen Bryen and Bill Reinsch, members of the U.S.-China Security Review Commission. Recorded July 2002

Program 30: U.S.-China-Taiwan Relations
with Richard Bush, Director of Northeast Asian Policy Studies at the Brookings Institution and former Chairman of the American Institute in Taiwan. Recorded July 2002

Program 29: A Conversation with James Lilley, Part II
with Ambassador James Lilley, Former U.S. Ambassador to China. Recorded April 2002

Program 28: Comments on Vice President Hu Jintao’s Trip to the United States
with Amb. James Lilley, Former U.S. Ambassador to China; and David Shambaugh, Professor, the Elliot School of International Affairs at The George Washington University. Recorded April 2002

Program 27: A Conversation with James Lilley, Part I
with Ambassador James Lilley, Former U.S. Ambassador to China. Recorded April 2002

Program 26: Human Rights and Rule of Law in China
with James Feinerman, Associate Dean, Georgetown University School of Law; and John Kamm, President, Dui Hua Foundation. Recorded April 2002

Program 25: A Conversation with Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy
with Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy, Former U.S. Ambassador to China. Recorded February 2002

Program 24: George W. Bush in China
with Howard M. Krawitz, Visiting Senior Fellow, National Defense University; and Dr. Robert Sutter, Professor, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. Recorded February 2002

Program 23: A Conversation with Ambassador Chas W. Freeman, Jr.
with Amb. Chas W. Freeman, Jr. Former Assistant Secretary of Defense. Recorded January 2002

Program 22: The Implications of 9/11 on Sino-U.S. Relations
with Ambassador Chas W. Freeman, Jr. Former Assistant Secretary of Defense; and Michael Swaine, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Recorded January 2002
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Program 21: China’s Impending Leadership Changes
with Cheng Li, Associate Professor of Government, Hamilton College; and Joseph Fewsmith, Associate Professor of International Relations, Boston University.Recorded November 2001

Program 20: Conversation with Richard H. Solomon
with Richard Solomon, President, U.S.-Institute of Peace. Recorded November 2001

Program 19: Conversation with China Scholar Ralph Clough
with Ralph Clough, Professor, SAIS, Johns Hopkins University and former U.S. Diplomat in China and Taiwan. Recorded August 2001

Program 18: China’s Trade Status and Economy
with Robert Kapp, President, U.S.-China Business Council; and Nicholas Lardy, Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution. Recorded June 2001

Program 17: Conversation with James R. Sasser
with James Sasser, Former U.S. Ambassador to China and former Senator (D-TN). Recorded June 2001

Program 16: Where is the Bush Administration Headed on China?
with Chas Freeman, Deputy Assistant Deputy Secretary of State; David Dean, Former Director, American Institute in Taiwan; and Larry Wortzel, Director, Asian Studies Center, Heritage Foundation. Recorded May 2001

Program 15: China’s Assessment of its Security Threats: Is Anything New?
with David Finkelstein, Deputy Director, Project Asia, CNA Corporation’s Center for Strategic Studies; and Larry Wortzel, Director, Asian Studies Center, Heritage Foundation. Recorded May 2001

Program 14: China and the Rule of Law
with Ira Belkin, Department of Justice, James Feinerman, professor, Georgetown University School of Law, and Li Xiao, former judge of the Supreme People’s Court. Recorded March 2001

Program 13: China’s Social Fabric
with Ann Thurston, professor, SAIS, Johns Hopkins University; Pei Minxin, senior associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; and Mike Jendrzejczyk, Human Rights Watch, Asia Division. Recorded March 2001

Program 12: Political Succession in China
with Carol Hamrin, professor, George Mason University; and Robert Suettinger, RAND Corporation. Recorded March 2001

Program 11: Conversations with Authors
with Nancy Bernkopf Tucker, professor, Georgetown University; and David Lampton, professor, China Studies, SAIS, Johns Hopkins University. Recorded March 2001

Program 10: China and its Neighbors: Japan, Russia, and Indonesia
with Marvin Ott, professor, National Defense University; Tom Robinson, President, American Asian Research Enterprise; and Michael Green, Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations. Recorded February 2001

Program 9: Environment and Energy Issues in China
with Jeffrey Logan, Senior Research Scientist, Battelle Memorial Institute; Pam Baldinger, Consultant on Energy and Environment Issues; and Robert Taylor, Energy Specialist, World Bank. Recorded February 2001

Program 8: U.S. and Asia: Priorities for President Bush
with Chas W. Freeman, Jr., Former Assistant Secretary of Defense; William H. Gleysteen, Jr., Former U.S. Ambassador to South Korea; and Jim Mann, Former Bureau Chief in Beijing for the L.A. Times. Recorded January 2001

Program 7: China and National Security Issues
with Bates Gill, Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution; Ronald Montaperto, Professor, National Defense University; and Bonnie Glaser, consultant, Asian Affairs. Recorded January 2001. Read Full Transcript.

Program 6: China’s Leadership Succession
with Kenneth Lieberthal; Former Asian Affairs Advisor, National Security Council; Bruce Dickson, Director of the Sigur Center, George Washington University; and Dan Wright, Director, Nanjing Center, Johns Hopkins SAIS. Recorded November 2000

Program 5: China Policies for the Next White House Administration
with James Lilley, Former U.S. Ambassador to China; David Lampton, Director of China Studies, SAIS, Johns Hopkins University; and Daniel Bob, Legislative Assistant for Asian Pacific Affairs, Office of Senator William Roth, Jr. (R-DE). Recorded November 2000

Program 4: U.S.-China Security Issues
with Ret. Rear Admiral Eric McVadon; Bonnie Glaser, Consultant on Asian Affairs; and Peter Brooks, Professional Staff Member of the International Relations Committee, U.S. House of Representatives. Recorded October 2000

Program 3: PNTR and WTO
with Robert Kapp, President, U.S.-China Business Council; and Pieter Bottelier, former World Bank China Mission Chief and current Adjunct Professor at Johns Hopkins SAIS. Recorded October 2000

Program 2: Washington-Beijing-Taipei Relations
with James Lilley, Former U.S. Ambassador to China; Chas W. Freeman, Jr., Former Assistant Secretary of Defense; and Stephen Yates, Senior China Policy Analyst, The Heritage Foundation. Recorded September 2000

Program 1: Recent Trends in U.S.-China Relations
with Arthur W. Hummel, Jr., Former U.S. Ambassador to China; David Lampton, Director of China Studies, Johns Hopkins University SAIS; and STephen Yates, Senior China Policy Analyst, The Heritage Foundation. Recorded September 2000. Read Full Transcript.

 

ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS RECORDED IN THE 1990’s


Conversation with the late Arthur W. Hummel, Jr.
with Ambassador Arthur Hummel, former U.S. Ambassador to China. Recorded 1992

Conversation with Ambassador Leonard Unger
with Ambassador Leonard Unger, last U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of China on Taiwan (1974-78). Recorded 1994

Conversation with the late John Holdridge
with Ambassador John Holdridge, former U.S. Ambassador to Singapore and Indonesia, and Assistant SEcretary of State for East Asia. Recorded 1992

Conversation with the late Professor A. Doak Barnett
with A. Doak Barnett, professor, SAIS, Johns Hopkins University, and academic and journalist in China. Recorded 1995

 

 

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