Engaging China: Rebuilding Sino-American relations

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Date: November 18, 2022
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Location: Zoom
Category: Lecture

Engaging China is an argument on behalf of deep US–China engagement to counteract the increasing risk today of violent confrontation. The book directly confronts the bipartisan “China threat” consensus in the US and hardline Chinese perceptions of the US by underscoring areas of common interest and suggesting that domestic insecurity significantly influences their leaders’ foreign policies. The author proposes a US policy toward China of competitive coexistence, which would benefit both countries’ economy and society.  

 

Join this presentation at the following link: https://schoolcraftcollege.zoom.us/j/86892094767
Meeting ID: 868 9209 4767

 

Mel Gurtov is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Portland State University. He was an author of the Pentagon Papers and has written 30 books and numerous articles on China, US foreign policy, North and South Korea, and international affairs. He has a podcast, and broadcasts weekly foreign affairs commentary on radio stations in Portland and Florence, Oregon. His blog, “In the Human Interest,” is at melgurtov.com.

Contact

Catherine Allison Franklin
3135770973
hn5398@wayne.edu

Cost

Free
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