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Covid-19 and China-US Relations: Is It the Sputnik Moment?

29 Apr 2020
Prof. Da Wei
Venue: Zoom Webinar
Time: 3:00 PM

About the Speaker

Prof. Da Wei is Assistant President and Professor at the University of International Relations (UIR) in Beijing. He serves as the Dean of the University's Department of International Politics and Director of its Center for International Strategy and Security Studies. He is also Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Center of International Strategy and Security, Tsinghua University, Beijing. He was earlier Director of the Institute of American Studies, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR). He was also a Visiting Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council of the United States and a Visiting Associate at School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University.  Professor Da Wei’s research expertise includes China-US relations, American foreign and security policy, and China’s foreign policy. He earned his B.A. (Chinese Literature) and M.A. (International Relations) degrees from UIR, and his Ph.D. (International Relations) from CICIR.

Abstract 
The seminar will review history and recent trends in China-US relations and explore the impact of Covid-19 as a global, rather than international, crisis.  The speaker will analyse why China and the USA have failed to move towards collaboration to deal with the Covid pandemic and how their bilateral relations have gone through a vicious cycle. He will offer his prognosis of the future directions of this critical relationship this year as well as over the next four years as the USA enters a new political cycle.

MEDIA

  • The seminar will review history and recent trends in China-US relations and explore the impact of Covid-19 as a global, rather than international, crisis.

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