The Carter Center Forum on U.S.-China Relations, Nov. 11-12, 2013
|The Carter Center, founded by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and former First Lady Rosalynn Carter in 1982, has worked for over 16 years to foster mutual understanding between the people of the U.S. and China. President Carter’s reputation as the American leader who established diplomatic ties with China in 1979 has allowed the Center a unique and unparalleled role in bringing the two countries closer together. Since 1996, the Center has provided assistance in a variety of sectors in Chinese society, ranging from training special education teachers to advancing government accountability, and has become one of the most well-known American organizations in China.||卡特中心是美国前总统吉米·卡特和其夫人罗莎琳于1982年建立的非营利、非政府组织。卡特总统于1979年作为美国总统与中国建交。过去30年间，卡特中心一直致力于改善中美关系。1996年伊始， 卡特中心已连续16年为促进中美两国人民间的互相理解作出努力，并成为在中国最有声望的美国公益组织之一。卡特中心为中国社会各个领域提供支持，包括为聋哑人教师提供培训、改善农村公共卫生以及推进政府信息公开。|
|On Nov. 11, 2013, The Carter Center will host a forum on U.S.-China relations at its headquarters in Atlanta, Ga. As the inaugural event of a new project on improving U.S.-China relations, the forum marks the Center’s renewed commitment in engaging China, at the invitation of President Xi Jinping and in partnership with U.S. businesses and academic institutions. President Carter will speak at the event, joined by his former National Security Advisor, Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski.||2013年11月11日，卡特中心将在其位于美国佐治亚州亚特兰大市的总部举办中美关系论坛。习近平主席曾在卡特总统2012年访华之际邀请卡特中心致力于促进中美关系的健康发展。此次论坛则标志着卡特中心对改善中美关系所作出的重要承诺。卡特总统将在论坛的开幕式上发表讲话，美国前国家安全顾问兹比格涅夫·布热津斯基博士也将与会并致辞 。|
|Many renowned scholars and practitioners in international affairs in the U.S. and China already have agreed to participate. Featured speakers from the U.S. include Dr. Orville Schell of the Asia Society; Dr. Douglas Paal of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Dr. David M. Lampton of Johns Hopkins University, and Dr. Robert Kapp, who served as president of the U.S.-China Business Council. Madam Li Xiaolin, president of the Chinese People’s Association of Friendship with Foreign Countries, will lead a high-level Chinese delegation to attend the forum. Dr. Yuan Peng, vice president of the China Institute of Contemporary International Relations; Dr. Wu Xinbo, director of the Center for American Studies at Fudan University, and Dr. Huang Renwei of the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences also have accepted invitations to present.||许多中美两国的著名国际事务专家、学者也将参与此次论坛。本次论坛的主讲人包括亚洲协会中国中心主任夏伟博士（Orville Schell）、卡内基国际和平基金会研究副总裁包道格博士（Douglas Paal）、约翰霍普金斯大学的戴维·兰普顿教授（David M. Lampton) 以及美中贸易全国委员会前主席柯白博士（Robert Kapp）。中国人民对外友好协会会长李小林女士也将作为中方高层代表出席此次论坛。此外，复旦大学美国研究中心主任吴心伯博士、中国现代国际关系研究院副院长袁鹏博士以及上海社科院副院长黄仁伟博士也将参与此次论坛。|
|The event on Monday, Nov. 11, will be held at The Carter Center and will feature President Carter and other prominent leaders and scholars from China and the United States as panelists. The forum will unveil a new Carter Center project on U.S.-China relations that focuses on three areas: 1) reducing misperceptions in the bilateral relations held by elites in both countries, 2) promoting greater U.S.-China cooperation in the developing world, and 3) nurturing a young generation of Chinese and Americans who are positioned to work together to build a stronger foundation for the world’s most important bilateral relationship. These ideas will be shared and discussed with forum participants and help guide the Center’s work in China in the coming years. The forum will continue on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at the Emory campus, with public presentations given by key participants.||本次论坛将于11月11日星期一在卡特中心举行，为期两天。卡特总统及中美商界、学界领袖将作为嘉宾参与专题研讨。卡特中心还将在此次论坛上正式启动其中美关系项目。中美关系项目的主要侧重点如下：1）减少两国精英及民众间的误解；2）在发展中国家和地区，如非洲、拉美等地推动两国的进一步合作；3）培养中美两国年轻一代的领导者并促进彼此间的理解，为中美关系奠定更加牢固的基础。本次论坛邀请的部分专家将在论坛的第二天（11月12日 星期二）在埃默里大学举行系列公众演讲。|
|We sincerely invite you to participate in the forum this November, and to share your ideas with us and other experts as The Carter Center embarks on a new journey to improving U.S.-China relations. If you would like more information on the forum, please do not hesitate to contact Ms. Marjorie Perry of the China Program at 404-420-3867 (US) or email@example.com.||我们诚挚地邀请您参与此次论坛，并和与会的专家们一道，与我们分享您的观点，共同为中美两国新型大国关系的构建拉开新的篇章。如果您想了解更多有关中美关系论坛的信息，欢迎致电 1-404-420-3867 或通过邮件mmperry@emory.edu与卡特中心中国项目部项目助理马早雷女士（Ms. Marjorie Perry）取得联系。|
Mr. Ahrens is deputy director and fellow with the Hills Program on Governance at the Center for Strategic International Studies (CSIS). He was formerly an adjunct fellow with the Freeman Chair in China Studies, where he focused on issues relating to China’s trade, industrial policy, and innovation. Ahrens is also president of the American Mandarin Society. In 2010, he was a visiting scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He studied at Beijing Language and Culture University and holds a bachelor’s from Vassar College and a master’s degree in public policy from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies with a concentration in international economics.
Dr. Aldrich is the Pfizer-Pratt university professor of political science at Duke University and president of the American Political Science Association. He specializes in American politics and behavior, formal theory, and methodology. Aldrich has received grants from the National Science Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities, and has served as co-editor of the American Journal of Political Science and as a fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences. He earned his bachelor’s in political science at Allegheny College, and his master’s and doctorate at the University of Rochester.
Mr. Alford is Harvard University’s Henry L. Stimson professor of law, vice dean for the Graduate Program and International Legal Studies, director of East Asian Legal Studies, and chair of the Harvard Law School Project on Disability. Alford has been an honorary professor or fellow at Renmin University of China, Zhejiang University, and the Institute of Law of the Chinese Academy of Social Science. Alford is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the National Committee on US-China relations. He has masters’ degrees in Chinese studies and Chinese history from Yale University and earned his juris doctor at Harvard Law School.
Ambassador Barshefsky is a former U.S. trade representative and a current senior international partner at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, LLP. She double-majored in English and Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and attended the Columbus School of Law at The Catholic University of America. Barshefsky is on the board of the America-China Society, a fellow of the Foreign Policy Association, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. She was the chief negotiator in China’s entry to the World Trade Organization, and in 2013 was named among the top 100 most influential lawyers in America by the National Law Journal.
Ms. Berris is the vice president of the National Committee on United States-China Relations. She has served there since 1971, first program associate and program director before becoming vice president, and is responsible for directing all program activities of the National Committee. Berris has been actively involved in preparation and operations for visits to the U.S. of hundreds of Chinese delegations. Prior to her work at the National Committee, Berris was a foreign service officer, stationed in Hong Kong and Washington, D.C. She has a bachelor’s in Chinese studies and a master’s in Japanese studies from the University of Michigan.
Dr. Bräutigam is professor of international development and comparative politics at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. She has served as associate professor and director of the Economic and Political Development Program at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, professor at American University’s School of International Service, and visiting professor at the University of Bergen, Norway. She was a resident fellow with the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, senior research fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute, and the Council on Foreign Relations. She is also an International Affairs fellow at the World Bank. Her doctorate in international development is from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.
Dr. Brzezinski was the national security advisor to President Jimmy Carter from 1977 to 1981. He is currently a counselor and trustee of the Center for Strategic and International Studies and professor of Foreign Policy at the Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University. In 1981, he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom “for his role in the normalization of U.S.-China relations and for his contributions to the human rights and national security policies of the U.S.” He received his bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from McGill University and his doctorate from Harvard. He is also the author of numerous books and articles, and has served on the board of directors of Amnesty International, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the National Endowment for Democracy.
Dr. Cai is the director of the Confucius Institute in Atlanta and an associate professor of Chinese at Emory University. Cai earned her bachelor’s in English Language and Literature at Nanjing University and her master’s and doctorate in Chinese and Comparative Literature at Washington University. She has previously taught at Colby College and Illinois State University, and is currently engaged in a tripartite study of the representation of history in film, fiction, and TV entertainment in the post-Tiananmen era.
Ambassador Cui is currently the People’s Republic of China’s Ambassador to the United States. Born in 1952 in Zhejiang Province, Ambassador Cui graduated from East China Normal University and Shanghai Normal University. In 1987, he received a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins’ School of Advanced International Studies. With a long career in China’s diplomatic service, Ambassador Cui was previously a member of the Chinese delegation to the United Nations and the Chinese Ambassador to Japan. From 2010 to 2013, he was Vice-Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Ambassador Cui is fluent in Mandarin and English. He is married with one daughter.
Dr. Fewsmith is a professor of international relations and political science as well as the director of the East Asia Interdisciplinary Studies Program at the Boston University. His specializations are comparative politics and Chinese domestic and international policies. Fewsmith is also a research associate of the John King Fairbank Centre for East Asian Studies at Harvard University. He holds a bachelor’s in political science from Northwestern University and a master’s and doctorate in political science from the University of Chicago. He is an associate of the John King Fairbank Center for East Asian Studies at Harvard University.
Dr. Gandhi is an associate professor and Winship Distinguished Research Professor of political science at Emory University. Gandhi was the winner of the 2009 Award for Conceptual Innovation in Comparative Politics and has served as a visiting professor at Korea University and Juan March University in Madrid, Spain, where she was also a research fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Social Sciences. She has given several guest presentations in Mexico City and Madrid, as well as at a number of prestigious institutions, including Yale University, Stanford University, University of Wisconsin, Madison, and Georgetown University. She has a bachelor’s from Columbia University and a doctorate from New York University.
Dr. Harding is a professor of public policy and politics and dean of the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy at the University of Virginia. Harding also serves as vice chairman of the Asia Foundation. He has been on the faculty of Swarthmore College and Stanford University, dean of the Elliott School of International Affairs at The George Washington University, a senior fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies Program at the Brookings Institution, and director of Research and Analysis at Eurasia Group. He received his bachelor’s from Princeton University and his master’s and doctorate from Stanford University.
Dr. Hardman is president and chief executive officer of The Carter Center. He first served the Center in 1989, when he headed the Initiative to Reduce Global Tobacco Use, and was the Center’s representative to the World Health Organization’s Tobacco and Health Program in 1990. He directed the Center’s Mental Health Program from 1991 to 1993, became associate executive director in February 1992, and was appointed as executive director in December 1992. Dr. Hardman received his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia, received his training in psychiatry as a resident at the Mayo Clinic, and completed a child psychiatry fellowship at Emory University.
Dr. He is professor and director of African Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s in international relations and her doctorate in law from Peking University. She was a visiting scholar at Yale University from 1993 to 1994, and in 1997 she participated in a summer program at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. She also serves as secretary of the China Middle East Society and a member of the China Council for African Research.
Dr. Huang holds a doctorate in American History and is a senior fellow for international strategic studies. He is concurrently the vice president of Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences. His academic work “The Time and Space of China’s Rise” has been widely quoted in the academic community of China. He also serves as deputy director of Shanghai Municipal Center for International Studies, vice chairman of Shanghai Association of International Relations, vice chairman of Shanghai Association for American Studies, director of the Pudong Institute for U.S. Economy, member of council of Chinese Foundation of Strategic Studies, and a senior fellow of Cross Strait Research Center.
Ms. Jia is the founder, chairman, and general manager of the Beijing Oriental Baby Consulting Company Ltd., an early childhood education company. She is a member of Beijing Youth Federation and vice president of the Beijing Youth Entrepreneur Association. She is a Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator (LCCE) and a Parent’s as Teachers certified parent educator. Previously, she was the assistant to the president and project manager at International Data Group. She received a bachelor’s in English at Nanjing University of Technology and master’s of international economics at Renmin University.
Dr. Kapp has been principal of Robert A. Kapp and Associates, a business consulting firm since 2004. He also serves as senior China advisor to international law firm K&L Gates. Kapp is chair of the China Committee of the Pacific Council on International Policy, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations. Earlier in his career, Kapp served on the China faculties of Rice University and the University of Washington, and headed two organizations, the Washington State China Relations Council, and the Washington Council on International Trade. For ten years, he was the president of the U.S.-China Business Council. He holds a doctorate in modern Chinese history from Yale University.
Dr. Koplan is the vice president for global health at Emory University and director of the Emory Global Health Institute. For 12 years, Koplan co-led the U.S.-China Collaboration on Public Health and Health Services. He has been active in tobacco control issues in China since 1981, and was involved in the creation of the Chinese Center for Disease Control for over 30 years. In September 2013, he received the People’s Republic of China Friendship Award, China’s highest award for foreign experts, for his contributions to public health. Koplan is a graduate of Yale College, the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, and the Harvard School of Public Health.
Mr. Kuo is the director of International Communications for Baidu, China’s leading search engine, where he is the chief spokesperson for the company internationally. He also hosts the popular Sinica Podcast, a weekly discussion of current affairs in China, which features prominent journalists, academics and other China-watchers in candid conversations about politics, economics, culture and business in contemporary China. He was born in Upstate New York, grew up mainly in Tucson, Arizona, graduated in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley, and holds a master’s degree from the University of Arizona. He lives in Beijing with his wife and two young children.
Dr. Lai is a research professor of Asian security affairs at the Strategic Studies Institute (SSI) of the U.S. Army War College. Before joining SSI, Dr. Lai was on the faculty of the U.S. Air War College. Dr. Lai’s research and teaching cover U.S.-China and U.S.-Asian security relations. He has also made special contributions to the study of Chinese strategic thinking and operational art. He pursued his post-graduate studies at the University of Colorado and earned his master’s and doctorate degrees in political science specializing in international relations.
Dr. Lampton is the Hyman Professor and director of SAIS-China and China Studies at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. Formerly president of the National Committee on United States-China Relations, he is the author of publications appearing in many venues popular and academic in both the western world and in Chinese speaking societies. He received his bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees from Stanford University. Dr. Lampton headed the China Studies programs at the American Enterprise Institute and at The Nixon Center (now The Center for National Interest), having previously worked at the National Academy of Sciences and having started his teaching career at Ohio State University.
Mrs. Lane is president of Global Public Affairs at UPS, Inc, and is responsible for all worldwide government affairs activities for UPS. Prior to joining UPS, she was the managing director and head of international government affairs at CitiGroup and responsible for Middle East and Mediterranean trade affairs at the U.S. Trade Representative. From 1990 to 1997, she served in the U.S. Foreign Service and from 1995 to 1997 at the State Department’s Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs. Lane holds a bachelor’s in political science and history from Loyola University and a master’s from Georgetown University.
Madam Li is president of the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC). Before becoming president of the CPAFFC, she was the director of the Division of U.S. Affairs. She earned her bachelor’s in English at Wuhan University and her master’s at the University of California in Los Angeles. In 2003, Li was elected to the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.
Dr. Liu is an associate professor at the School of International Studies and the general secretary of the Centre for African Studies, Peking University. Liu holds a doctoral degree in African history from Peking University. She also serves as a research fellow at the Institute of West Asian and African Studies of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, a visiting scholar of the International Institute of Social Studies in Hague, Netherlands, and the deputy general secretary of the Chinese Society of African History Studies. Since 2000, Dr. Liu has been conducting a long-term study on the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation.
Dr. Liu is a professor of Chinese Cultural Studies at the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies and director of the China Research Center at Duke University. He is also a professor, the chair, and the dean of the Institute of Arts and Humanities at Shanghai Jiaotong University. He received a bachelor’s degree in English from Nanjing University in 1982. In 1983, he came to the U.S. on the Fulbright scholarship and received a doctorate in comparative literature at University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1989. Dr. Liu is published widely in both English and Chinese on issues ranging from contemporary Chinese media and culture, globalization, to Marxism and aesthetics. His current projects include global surveys of China’s image, Chinese soft power and public diplomacy, and political and ideological changes in China.
Ms. Msuya has been with the World Bank Group for 15 years. Joyce has served there in a number of positions: health sector lending operations, vice president of Development Economics, private sector development at the International Finance Corporation, and she is currently with the World Bank Institute. Prior to joining the World Bank Group, Joyce worked at the University of British Columbia in Canada and in Tanzania on various public and private sectors assignments. Joyce has degrees from Strathclyde University in Glasgow, Scotland; University of Ottawa, Canada; an Executive General Management Certificate from Harvard Business School; and a Public Health Certificate from Johns Hopkins University.
Dr. Osei is chair of the Department of History, Political Science and Philosophy and director of the Global Societies Program at Delaware State University (DSU). He is also currently associate dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Osei earned his bachelor’s at Oberlin College, his master’s at Ohio University, and his doctorate at Howard University. His expertise is in global studies, international political economy, Africa in the international system, the African Diaspora and multicultural education. He has been awarded DSU’s Faculty Excellence Award in Service and the Distinguished Scholar and Educator award given by the Mid-Atlantic Writers Association.
Dr. Paal is the vice president for Studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He previously served as the vice chairman of JPMorgan Chase International (2006–2008) and was an unofficial U.S. representative to Taiwan as director of the American Institute in Taiwan (2002–2006). He was on the National Security Council staffs of Presidents Reagan and George H. W. Bush between 1986 and 1993 as director of Asian Affairs and then as senior director and special assistant to the president. Paal held positions in the policy planning staff at the State Department, as a senior analyst for the CIA, and at U.S. embassies in Singapore and Beijing. He has spoken and published frequently on Asian affairs and national security issues.
General Qiao, major general in the People’s Liberation Army Air Force and the co-author of the well-known book Unrestricted Warfare, is currently a professor at the National Defense University of China. He was born in a military family in Shanxi province in 1955 and joined the air force in 1972. A member of the Chinese Writers Association, Qiao is a military theorist and writer. He also received State Council grants for his work. Qiao received his bachelor’s degree in literature from Peking University.
Mr. Russel is the assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs and is a career member of the Senior Foreign Service. Prior to his appointment as Assistant Secretary on July 12, 2013, Mr. Russel served at the White House as Special Assistant to the President and National Security Staff Senior Director for Asian Affairs. During his tenure there, he helped formulate President Obama’s strategic rebalance to the Asia Pacific Region, including efforts to strengthen alliances, deepen U.S. engagement with multilateral organizations, and expand cooperation with emerging powers in the region. Before joining the NSS in January of 2009, he served as Director of the Office of Japanese Affairs. Mr. Russel was educated at Sarah Lawrence College and University College, University of London, United Kingdom.
Dr. Reiter is professor and chair of the Department of Political Science at Emory University’s Halle Institute. He received his bachelor’s from Northwestern University and his doctorate in political science from the University of Michigan. Before joining the Emory faculty, he was a John M. Olin Postdoctoral Fellow in National Security at Harvard University. In 2010, Reiter won the Conflict Processes Best Book Award from the American Political Science Association and the Outstanding Academic Title from Choice magazine. His current research involves counterinsurgency, proliferation, secrecy, and why democracies win wars.
Dr. Schell is the Arthur Ross Director of the Center on U.S.-China Relations at the Asia Society in New York. He is a former professor and dean at the University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. He is a fellow at the Weatherhead East Asian Institute at Columbia University, a senior fellow of the Annenberg School of Communications at University of Southern California, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Schell is the author of 14 books, nine of them about China, and a contributor to numerous edited volumes. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Harvard University in Far Eastern History, was an exchange student at Taiwan University in the 1960s, and earned a doctorate in Chinese History at the University of California, Berkeley.
Dr. Sheth is the Charles H. Kellstadt Professor of Marketing at Emory University. Previously, Sheth was the Robert E. Brooker Professor of Marketing at the University of Southern California and the Walter H. Stellner Distinguished Professor of Marketing at the University of Illinois. He was also on the faculty of Columbia University and MIT. Sheth is an American Psychological Association fellow and past president of the Association for Consumer Research. In 1991 and 1999, Dr. Sheth was recognized as the “Marketing Educator of the Year” by Sales and Marketing Executives International. He received his bachelor’s at the University of Madras, India, and his MBA and doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh.
Dr. Sterk is the provost and executive vice president for academic affairs and Charles Howard Candler Professor of Public Health at Emory University. Prior to her appointment as provost in 2013, she served as Emory’s senior vice provost for academic planning and faculty development and senior vice provost for academic affairs. She is a fellow of the Society for Applied Anthropology, a recipient of the Thomas F. Sellers Jr. M.D. Award for Support of Faculty Colleagues in Public Health, and a Rosalynn Carter Fellow in Public Policy. Sterk holds a doctorate in sociology from Erasmus University in Rotterdam and a doctoral degree in medical anthropology from the University of Utrecht.
Dr. Stremlau is vice president for peace programs at The Carter Center. From 1998 to 2006, he resided in South Africa where he was Jan Smuts Professor and head of international relations and the founding director of the Centre for Africa’s International Relations at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. Previously, he served as senior adviser to the Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict in Washington, D.C., deputy director for policy planning in the office of the U.S. Secretary of State, strategic planning officer for the World Bank, and an officer of the Rockefeller Foundation, directing its international relations division.
Mr. Tuggle is senior vice president and chief public affairs and communications officer at Coca Cola, Inc. He holds a bachelor’s degree in German studies and economics from Hamilton College in New York and a Master of Divinity from Yale University. He studied at the Ludwig-Maximillian Universität in Munich, Germany, and completed The Executive Program at the University of Virginia’s Darden Business School. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Goizueta Business School Advisory Board, and the Yale University International Advisory Board. He has been with Coca Cola since 1989, and was named vice president in 2009.
Dr. Wagner is the president of Emory University. Before his appointment, he had served as dean, provost, and interim president of Case Western Reserve University, following a distinguished tenure on the faculty of The Johns Hopkins University. Wagner has worked closely with faculty, students, alumni, and staff to enhance the undergraduate educational experience, grow research, and foster more effective partnership between the academy and local institutions, including government and industry. He earned his bachelor’s in electrical engineering from the University of Delaware and his master’s in clinical engineering and doctorate in materials science and engineering from Johns Hopkins University.
Dr. Wainwright is the vice provost for international affairs and director of the Office of International Affairs and the Claus M. Halle Institute for Global Learning at Emory University. Wainwright began his career in international education as a study abroad coordinator for Emory’s Center for International Programs Abroad (CIPA). He went on to become associate dean for international and summer programs at Emory College of Arts and Sciences, overseeing CIPA, Emory College Summer School, Emory Pre-College Program, and the Emory College Language Center. Prior to joining Emory, he served as a lecturer and study abroad advisor at Stanford University. Wainwright holds a doctorate in modern British history from Stanford University.
Dr. Wang received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in international politics from Fudan University in Shanghai and a doctorate in political science from the University of Michigan. He is currently a professor and the head of the Department of Government and Public Administration at University of Macau. Previously he was a tenured and distinguished professor of political science at University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. He has also served as research fellow and visiting scholar at Sigur Center For Asian Studies at George Washington University, the Atlantic Council of the United States, the East-West Center in Hawaii, and the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research in Geneva.
Dr. Wu is professor and executive dean of the Institute of International Studies and director of the Center for American Studies of Fudan University. He teaches and researches China’s foreign and security policy, Sino-U.S. relations, and U.S. Asia-Pacific policy. Wu received his bachelor’s in History and his doctorate in International Relations from Fudan University. He has been a visiting fellow at the Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford University, the Henry Stimson Center in Washington, D.C., the Brookings Institution, and a Jennings Randolph Senior Fellow at the United States Institute of Peace.
Dr. Yan is the president of the Carnegie-Tsinghua Management Board and dean of Tsinghua University’s Institute of Modern International Relations. Yan is the editor-in-chief of the Chinese Journal of International Politics and vice chairman of both the China Association of International Relations Studies and the China Association of American Studies. He also serves on the boards of the China Diplomacy Association and the China Association of Foreign Friendship. He earned his bachelor’s at Heilongjiang University, his master’s at the Institute of International Relations, Beijing, and his doctorate at the University of California, Berkley.
Dr. Yu is professor of political science and director of the East Asian studies program at Wittenberg University, Ohio. He is currently a visiting scholar at the U.S. Army War College. Previously, Yu has been a visiting scholar at Fudan University’s Center for American Studies, a senior fellow of the Shanghai Association of American Studies, and a MacArthur fellow at Stanford University’s Center for International Security & Arms Control. He is the author and co-author of six books and the author of more than 100 scholarly articles. Yu earned his master’s at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and his doctorate at Stanford University.
Dr. Yu is an associate professor at Peking University’s School of International Studies. He received his bachelor’s from Fudan University, his master’s from Peking University, and his doctorate from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). He has previously served as deputy director of American Foreign Policy Studies for the Institute of American studies at CASS. In 2004, Yu served as a visiting fellow at the Kettering Foundation. His areas of expertise include U.S. foreign policy and U.S.-China relations.
Dr. Yuan is vice president of China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR) and director of the CICIR Institute of American Studies. Dr. Yuan’s research focuses on U.S. foreign policy, Sino-American relations, Trans-Pacific relations, and Chinese foreign policy. Dr. Yuan has published widely in both Chinese and foreign journals such as Survival, Global Asia, China Security, etc. as well as policy comments in influential newspapers like People’s Daily, Global Times, China Daily, etc. In addition to numerous policy reports, he has also contributed to several chapters and is the editor of the book American Think-Tanks and Their Attitudes towards China. Dr. Yuan was a visiting fellow in the CNAPS Program at the Brookings Institution, and a visiting scholar at the Atlantic Council of the United States from 1999-2000. Dr. Yuan earned his Ph.D. in history from the Northeast Normal University of China.
Mr. Zhang is a New York correspondent for Southern Weekly. He started with the paper in Beijing, where he was a senior journalist, traveling to cover international stories such as the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election, the Gaza Strip military crisis in 2009, Chinese investment in Africa in 2011, and Political Reform in Myanmar in 2012. Previously, Zhang worked at Sina.com, one of the largest Chinese-language websites, and as a China Central Television (CCTV) reporter. In 2009, he joined the paper’s editor-in-chief in interviewing President Obama during the President’s trip to China. He received his bachelor’s in Chinese literature from Peking University and his master’s in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma.
Dr. Zhao is professor and executive director of the Center for China-U.S. Cooperation at Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver. Zhao is founder and editor of the Journal of Contemporary China, a member of the Board of Governors of the US Committee of the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific (USCSCAP), and a Campbell National Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. He received a master’s degree in sociology from the University of Missouri, a master’s degree in economics from Peking University, and a doctorate in political science from the University of California-San Diego.
Dr. Zhou is a lecturer, director of the public diplomacy research program, director of postgraduate programs, and deputy director of the Center for Global Media Studies at the School of Journalism and Communications, Tsinghua University. He is also the general secretary of the Global Communication and Non-traditional Security Forum and deputy editor of Public Diplomacy Quarterly. Zhou has addressed the World Culture Forum by UNESCO and Asia-Pacific Symposium on Press and Scientific and Social Progress, and been a member of the U.S. State Department’s Global Leading Visitors. Zhou earned his bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate at Tsinghua University.