The Global Role of the US and Implications for the PRC: A Dialogue Between the New Generation of International Relations' Analysts in the PRC and the US

Emerging From Conflict Conference
July 21-23, 2000
Seattle, Washington

Agenda

Friday, July 21

Session I — An Overview of the Clinton Administration Legacy for the New Administration
Chair: Sherry Gray

Panel 1: Li Xiaoping will discuss Ted Osius's "An Overview of the Clinton-Gore Administration's Legacy"

Panel 2: Jin Canrong will discuss Peter Brookes' "An Overview of the Clinton Administration Legacy for the New Administration"

Saturday, July 22

Session II — Is There a US Global Strategy?
Chair: Jia Qingguo

Panel 1: Ren Donglai will discuss Andrew Latham's "The Contemporary American Geopolitical Imagination"

Panel 2: Qin Yaqing will Discuss Deng Yong's "Is There a US Global Strategy?"

Session III — What Is the US Strategy for the Asia-Pacific?
Chair: Sherry Gray

Panel 1: Wu Baiyi will discuss Derek Mitchell's "US Security Strategy for the Asia-Pacific Region"

Panel 2: Wu Xinbo will discuss Thomas G. Moore's "In Pursuit of Open Markets: US Strategy in the Asia-Pacific"

Sunday, July 23

Session IV — PRC-US Relations in the Next Decade
Chair: Jia Qingguo

Panel 1: Pan Wei will discuss Evan A. Feigenbaum's "China's Challenge to Pax Americana: A Tale of Inadvertent Consequences"

Panel 2: Ni Feng will discuss Timothy B. Weston's "Striving for the Pragmatic Middle in PRC-US Relations: Reflections on the Role of American Public Opinion"