The Month in U.S.-China Relations (July) 中美关系月报

Despite cabinet-level meetings in Beijing and joint military exercises in the Pacific, July saw a continuation in trends that have experts in Beijing and Washington increasingly concerned about the course of bilateral relations. China’s rejection of America’s call for a construction freeze in the South China Sea reinforced worldwide impressions that the PRC is assertive and the U.S. ineffectual. read more

About the Kissinger Institute on China and the United States

The Kissinger Institute on China and the United States is dedicated to promoting greater understanding of issues in the U.S.-China relationship and its impact on both countries and the world. It does so by exploring the political, economic, historical, and cultural factors that underlie the respective behavior patterns and world views of China and the United States.

Inspired by and dedicated to Dr. Henry A. Kissinger’s vision of the importance of the relationship between these two nations, the Kissinger Institute brings together the most expert thinkers and the most promising policymakers and public officials to promote cross-cultural dialogue and enhanced understanding on a variety of issues.

To receive email notifications of KICUS events and announcements, please send your mailing information to china@wilsoncenter.org. More

The Latest from the Kissinger Institute on China and the United States

National Memories: U.S.-China Collaboration During WWII

Article //
Oct 17, 2014
In partnership with the China Overseas Exchange Association, we invite you to an exhibit of photographs and artifacts from the period of Sino-U.S. alliance during WWII. The exhibit will be display on Woodrow Wilson Plaza and on the 4th and 5th floors of the Wilson Center through October 21, 2014. more
Webcast

Hong Kong Standoff: A Look at the Big Picture

Video //
Oct 08, 2014
Crowds of protesters are shrinking, talks are scheduled, but frustrations on both sides remain. While many in the press and elsewhere are quick to reference the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests, Robert Daly explains how what’s happening today is different in many ways. more
Webcast

Chinese Companies in Latin America: Economic and Strategic Dimensions

Event //
October 01, 2014 // 9:00am11:00am
Guest speakers discuss the potential role of Chinese Companies in the burgeoning relationship between China and Latin America. more

Demanding Democracy in Hong Kong

Article //
Oct 02, 2014
"This is a key moment for the students. The chief executive is certainly not going to leave and the crowds are now smaller than they have been; it is reasonable to assume that those who remain are more radical, are willing to go a little bit further," says Robert Daly. more

China’s New Identity Crisis

Article //
Oct 02, 2014
"Hong Kong’s problem will continue for as long as the structural sources of conflict cannot be addressed. The identity crises in Hong Kong, Xinjiang, Taiwan, and Tibet will surely become Beijing’s real tests and dilemmas. How well the Chinese leadership deals with these crises will determine China’s rise and future development," writes Global Fellow Zheng Wang. more

Experts & Staff