The Hopkins China Forum cordially invites you to
The State of U.S.-China Relations
In tonight’s talk, Professor David M. Lampton, one of America’s foremost academic authorities on Chinese politics and foreign policy, will discuss the current state of U.S.-China relations, including the challenges and future prospects of the bilateral relationship. Kenneth Jarrett, President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, will then comment on Lampton’s observations, and provide his insights on the history of the U.S.-China relationship over recent decades, based on his long record of engagement in the relationship, including as Consul General in Shanghai.
ABOUT THE EVENT
Monday 11 January 2016 | 18.30 – 22:00
259 Jiashan Road
Jiashan Market Block A, No 37
To attend you must email Frank Tsai of Hopkins China Forum by writing to [email protected]
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
David M. Lampton is Professor and Director of China Studies at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, having also served as Dean of Faculty from 2004-2012. Formerly President of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, he is author of many books including Three Faces of Chinese Power: Might, Money, and Minds (2008), Same Bed, Different Dreams: Managing U.S.- China Relations (2002), and Following the Leader: Ruling China, from Deng Xiaoping to Xi Jinping (2014). He has also published extensively in Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, The American Political Science Review, The China Quarterly, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and many other publications popular and academic in both the Western world and in Chinese speaking societies. He has headed the China Studies programs at the American Enterprise Institute and The Nixon Center, having previously worked at the National Academy of Sciences. Lampton consults with government, business, and foundations, and serves on the board of several non-governmental and educational organizations, among which include Executive Committee of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations. Lampton received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees from Stanford University, where he served as a fireman, and has been in the enlisted and officer ranks of the U.S. Army Reserve.