Category: News

Title: Asian Studies Program Hosts U.S.-China Conference: Global Views on China and U.S.-China Strategic Competition

Date Published: October 24, 2019

On Tuesday, October 22, the Asian Studies Program and the Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues co-hosted the second annual U.S.-China Conference: Global Views on China and U.S.-China Strategic Competition featuring leading scholars and practitioners on U.S.-China relations from around the world. The conference featured three panels that approached the topic from regional perspectives: Asia, Europe, and Developing Nations including Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East for a comprehensive discussion on how other regions of the world perceive China and U.S.-China strategic competition. This event, made possible by a generous gift from Mr. Michael Cling (F ’98) and his family, highlights the Asian Studies Program’s continued commitment to researching and teaching in the field of Asian Studies as well as expanding its programming and expertise on China.

Speakers at the event included:
Dr. Jae Ho Chung, Seoul National University
Mr. Judd Devermont, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Dr. Michael Green, Georgetown University
Dr. François Godement, Institut Montaigne
Dr. Evelyn Goh, Australian National University
Mr. Christian Le Miere, Arcipel
Dr. Kristen Looney, Georgetown University
Dr. Yasuhiro Matsuda, University of Tokyo
Dr. Evan Medeiros, Georgetown University
Dr. Janka Oertel, European Council on Foreign Relations
Dr. Gonzalo Paz, Georgetown University
Mr. Andrew Small, The German Marshall Fund of the United States