Panel Sessions for U.S.-China Relations After the U.S. Election and the 18th CCP Congress
21st Century China Event
Location: UC San Diego East Village 15th Floor, Room A
Open to: Public
Event email: email@example.com
Registration is required
Leading scholars from China’s Fudan University and the University of California will be coming together for this one-day symposium to assess the implications of American election and Chinese leadership transitions for U.S.-China relations in the next four to five years.
Three public sessions will take place throughout the day. Register to attend all three or individual sessions only. Each panel will analyze the process and outcome of the 18th Chinese Communist Party Congress and the 2012 U.S. election, the role U.S.-China relations have played in them, and the economic and security relations between the U.S. and China.
- Choosing New Leaders, and Post-election/Party Congress Political Landscape
- Economic Dimensions of Leadership Change
- Security Dimensions of Leadership Change
The concluding session will be held the evening of December 3rd. We encourage attendance from the greater San Diego community. Find more information and register for the evening event at 21CCeveningforum.eventbrite.com.
A Fudan-UC Center on Contemporary China event, co-sponsored by 21st Century China Program