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U.S. China relations have been continually redefined over recent decades, but these periodic transformations are only the latest version of a centuries-long learning process that has involved countless cultures from around the globe. A panel of experts joined USC Center for the Political Future (CPF) Co-Director Mike Murphy to assess the history, current state, and future of U.S.-China relations, including how it has reached a point as adversarial as it is interdependent, on Wednesday, February 23. In partnership with USC Dornsife Center for the Premodern World.
- Peter Frankopan: Professor of Global History, Oxford University and Associate Director, Programme for Silk Roads Studies at King's College, Cambridge
- Valerie Hansen: Professor of Chinese and World History, Yale University; Author, "The Silk Roads: A New History"
- David C. Kang: Maria Crutcher Professor in International Relations, Business, and East Asian Languages and Cultures; Director, USC Korean Studies Institute, USC Dornsife
- Michael D. Swaine: Director of East Asia Program, Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft
- Mike Murphy (Moderator): CPF Co-Director; NBC Political Analyst
- Jay Rubenstein (Welcome Remarks): Director, USC Center for the Pre-Modern World; Professor of History, USC Dornsife
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