Bai Jie, China’s Foreign Policy of Regional Cooperation (中文) | American Mandarin Society


by Project Pengyou on October 27th, 2014   1365 views

When and Where

  • 27/10/2014
    5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

  • Center for Strategic and International Studies, Room C115
    1616 Rhode Island Ave NW
    Washington DC
    United States
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Bai Jie, China's Foreign Policy of Regional Cooperation (中文) | American Mandarin Society

Event Details

***REGISTRATION REQUIRED*** Join us October 27 at 5:30pm for a lecture, in Chinese of course, by CSIS visiting scholar Dr. Jie Bai entitled “China’s Foreign Policy of Regional Cooperation.” Dr. Bai previously served in the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where she was a deputy director in the Department of Policy Planning, specializing in international relations and Chinese foreign policy. This should be a stimulating lecture and discussion, so hope to see many of you there!

Join us October 27 at 5:30pm for a lecture, in Chinese of course, by CSIS visiting scholar Dr. Jie Bai entitled “China’s Foreign Policy of Regional Cooperation.” Dr. Bai previously served in the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where she was a deputy director in the Department of Policy Planning, specializing in international relations and Chinese foreign policy. This should be a stimulating lecture and discussion, so hope to see many of you there!

About Bai Jie:

Bai Jie joined the CSIS Freeman Chair in China Studies as a visiting scholar in September 2014, focusing on regional security, U.S. foreign policy, and China-U.S. relations in the Asia-Pacific region, particularly Northeast and Southeast Asia. Prior to joining CSIS, she served in the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where she was a deputy director in the Department of Policy Planning, specializing in international relations and Chinese foreign policy. She worked in the Department of Asian Affairs from 2003 to 2007, focusing on the Six-Party Talks, China-ASEAN relations, and regional cooperation in East Asia. In 2005–2006, she served as assistant to former vice premier and foreign minister Qian Qichen, who was the Chinese representative to the China-ASEAN Eminent Persons Group at that time. She also served in the Chinese mission to the European Union and the Chinese embassy in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). Dr. Bai earned her bachelor’s degree from the Kim Il Song University of the DPRK and her master’s degree and Ph.D. from Peking University of China. She is the author of My Observations on the Korean Peninsula (World Affairs Press, 2013).

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