A conference on January 30, analyzing the most pressing challenges facing the Obama administration as it formulates its China policy -- from politics and security to energy, the environment, and the economy.
"Two Systems, One World," a conference at UCLA on January 30, brought together leading figures from the worlds of academia, policy analysis, and policy making to analyze the most pressing challenges facing the Obama administration as it formulates its China policy -- from politics and security to energy, the environment, and the economy.
News Report, UCLA Today
Welcome and Introduction - audio
David Schaberg, Richard Baum
Plenary Address - "Recent Lessons for the Obama Administration's China Policy" - audio
Panel 1- Politics and Security - audio
Moderator: Kal Raustiala
Panelists: Richard Baum, Mike Chinoy, Donald Keyser
Keynote Address - "The Next Stage in US-China Relations" - audio
General Wesley Clark
Panel 2 – Energy, Environment, & The Economy - audio
Moderator: Nina Hachigian
Panelists: Mikkal Herberg, Robert Kapp, Barry Naughton
News reports in the press
Daily Bruin: Burkle hosts symposium
UCLA Today: Bumpy Road Ahead for US-China Relations
Published: Tuesday, February 17, 2009
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