Preventing a COVID-19 Crisis in Africa Conference Report

On May 14, 2020, the China Program of The Carter Center hosted an online conference to discuss preventing a COVID-19 crisis in Africa. The full report can be found here at The Carter Center's main website. https://www.cartercenter.org/resources/pdfs/peace/china/preventing-a-covid-19-crisis-in-africa-post-workshop-briefing.pdf.

CALL FOR PAPERS: How to Sustain a Peaceful & Constructive US-China Relationship

How to Sustain a Peaceful & Constructive US-China Relationship CALL FOR PAPERS From Young American Scholars The Fifth Young Scholars Forum on US-China Relations Organized by The Carter...

China Program Reports: August 29, 2019

On May 31-June 1, 2019, The Carter Center hosted “The Rise of China and Its Impact on Developing Countries,” the sixth annual conference of the International Consortium for China Studies. The event was co-organized by The Carter Center’s China Program and Latin...

Participants Debate the Arrival of a Tipping Point in China-U.S. Relations at the 2018 Young Scholars Forum

The U.S.-China Young Scholars Forum (YSF), initiated by the Carter Center and The Global Times since 2014, took place this year on January 30-31. On Tuesday, January 30, young Chinese and American scholars presented their research in panel presentations. In the round table discussion...

Can the First North Korean Nuclear Crisis Inform the Current Challenge?

(Presentation at The Sixth TCC-CPAFFC Forum on US-China Relations by Marion V. Creekmore, Jr.)   Unlike the other panel members and most of the conference attendees, I am not an expert on China, the Korean Peninsula, or Northeast Asia.  I am speaking because I accompanied former...

China Town Hall Meeting

The China Town Hall Meeting video from last week has been uploaded online. If you want to see, the link is down below. https://www.ncuscr.org/content/video-2017-china-town-hall-ambassador-susan-rice

Report on the Great Powers and Global Peace Forum

On October 24, 2017, The Carter Center and the Halle Institute for Global Learning at Emory University invited Arun K. Singh, former Indian Ambassador to the United States and Henry Levine, former American consult general to Shanghai. to speak on great powers and world...

Habits of Highly Effective Collaboration: Kurt Campbell on U.S.-China Relations

Image Source: The Strategist, June 30th, 2016 Since the Mar-a-Lago Summit in early April: questions about how the Sino-American relationship will congeal under the Trump administration have been brought to the forefront.  Kurt Campbell, former Assistant Secretary of State under President Obama, gave his thoughts...

Experts Stress US, China Collaboration for Peace at Nanjing Forum

Chinese and US scholars on Wednesday stressed the importance of exchanges in various fields to reduce differences and enhance mutual trust at a forum co-hosted by the Carter Center and the Global Times in Nanjing, East China's Jiangsu Province. As China still lags behind the...

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