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U.S.-China Relations in Strategic Domains

April 07 , 2020 02:44 PM by iGCU

[Author] edited by Wang Dong and Travis Tanner

[Publisher and Date] This report was completed by the Institute for China-Foreign People-to-People Exchange of Peking University and the National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR). The English version was released on April 19th, 2016, and the Chinese version was released on January 13th, 2017.

[Abstract] This report is the result of joint cooperation between the Institute and NBR. The subject has brought together scholars from dozens of top research institutions and think tanks in China and the United States. After three conferences, extensive researches and consultation, it took a year and a half to complete the report. It is co-edited by Wang Dong, Associate Professor of the School of International Relations of Peking University and Executive Director of the Institute for China-Foreign People-to-People Exchange of Peking University, and Travis Tanner, Senior Vice President of the Thousand Strong Foundation. The report is divided into six chapters which cover six major strategic areas of China-U.S. relations: nuclear power, space, cyber networks, oceans, military-to-military relations and people-to-people exchange. Each chapter is completed by a Chinese author and U.S. co-author.