On June 16, 2016, President Jimmy Carter and Consul General Li Qiangmin of the Chinese Consulate in Houston met in President Carter’s office at The Carter Center to discuss recent events in U.S.-China relations and future collaboration in Africa. CG Li thanked President Carter for being the grandfather of U.S.-China Relations, and President Carter responded by saying that he hopes The Carter Center will continue to fulfill that role. President Carter discussed with CG Li the Center’s interest in working to establish more areas of U.S.-China collaboration in Africa. In the past, U.S.-China collaboration in Africa has been limited...Read More
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CALL FOR PAPERS The Third Forum for Young Chinese and American Scholars Organized by The Carter Center and The Global Times September 21-22, 2016 Location: Nanjing University, The People’s Republic of China The Impact of US-China Educational Exchanges on U.S.-China Bilateral Relations In 2016, the Third Forum for Young Chinese and American Scholars will take place from September 21 to 22 at Nanjing University, China. The organizers invite young scholars from China and the U.S. to present their research findings that examine the past, present and the future of the relationship between educational exchange and U.S.-China bilateral relations. BACKGROUND...Read More
Last Friday, October 16, The Carter Center and Global Times jointly convened the second annual U.S.-China Young Scholars Forum (YSF), a platform for both seasoned experts and talented newcomers to interact, network, and present research on pressing issues facing the future development of U.S.-China relations. Fittingly, the theme for this year’s YSF was “Voice of the Young Generation: How U.S.-China Relations Will Shape the International Order of the Future.” As the forum organizers had intended, the 2015 YSF served as a space for scholars of U.S.-China relations to assemble and exchange ideas. The Carter Center and Global Times were...Read More
Liu Qing (刘擎) is a prominent political scientist and historian, as well as being active in China’s rancorous intellectual debates. Trained in Political Science at Marquette University and the University of Minnesota respectively he taught at the Chinese University of Hong Kong before taking up a position at East China Normal University (ECNU 华东师范大学). Liu is the author of The Undetermined Moment: Modernity and Western Thought (in Chinese)‚ and he has edited several volumes‚ as well as having produced translations and articles on issues related to modernity‚ liberalism‚ citizenship and the public. In early 2012, he became deputy director of the...Read More
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Every week, China Program’s Senior Advisor Dr. Robert A. Kapp compiles a reading list and provides commentary, for you to better understand China.
Robert A. Kapp is senior advisor to the China Program at the Carter Center. He has been principal of Robert A. Kapp and Associates, a business consulting firm, since 2004. From 1994 through 2004 he served as President of the United States-China Business Council…