The Seventh Strategic Dialogue held between China and the United States
MAY . 22 2017
Peking University, May 20th, 2017: On the 17th and 18th of May, 2017, the Seventh Strategic Dialogue held between China and the United States was successfully organised in Beijing. The dean of Peking University’s School of International Relation, Jia Qingguo, the director of Major Policy Research National Center of Tsinghua University, Wang Min and the director of Carnegie Global Policy Research Center of Tsinghua University, Paul Haenle were hosts for this event.
The topic for this dialogue this time was “The New Generation of Sino-US Relation: Current Status, Problems, Policies and the Future”. The meetings were classified into five different units and issues. Separate discussions included the following topics:-How the leaders of China and U.S. viewed the Sino-US Relation since the 19th National Congress, and what policy frameworks and measures should be taken to achieve these strategic targets;
· - Methods to monitor and maintain the countries’ safety and other important related issues;
· -The main goal of the United States of rebalancing and adjusting the trade and economic relationship with China;
· -The main policies and measures taken by China in order to promote Sino-US economic and trade relations and the current Chinese domestic economic reforming process;
· - The domestic environment of China and U.S. in 2017 and bilateral relations between China and US which affected the Asia-Pacific region;
· -New connotation that was built up during the new period of constructive and cooperative development of the Sino-US relation; and
· -The influence of the summit between the leaders of China and US on Sino-US relation.
Chinese delegates that were involved in this dialogue this time included CPPCC member and the former president of China Merchants Bank, Mr. Ma Weihua, the director of Sino-US Relation Research Center of Tsinghua University, Professor Chen Qi of the Department of History of Peking University, Qian Chengdan, the International Relation Research Institute of Tsinghua University, Professor Li Bin and the vice dean of the School of Economics of Peking University, Professor Zhang Hui.
On the other hand, the American delegates included the vice president of the Carnegie International Peace Research Institute, Douglas Paal, the senior researcher of the Carnegie International Peace Research Institute, Michael Swaine, the former US Department of state of expert in North Korea problems, Evans J.R. Revere, Professor from the School of Politics of Boston’s College and the researcher of John K. Fairbank Research Center, Robert Ross, the senior researcher for the Asia project of the Carnegie International Peace Research Institute, Yukon Huang, the executive director of the Jiafu Longzhou, Arthur Kroeber and the economist of the World Federation of large enterprises in Beijing, Andrew Polk.
Written by: Tan Yen
Edited by: Xu Liangdi
Source: PKU News (in Chinese)