US-China Relations and the ‘Re-Balance’ to Asia | Stanford Center at Peking University


by Project Pengyou on October 27th, 2014   872 views

When and Where

  • 27/10/2014
    4:00 pm - 5:15 pm

  • Stanford Center at Peking University
    The Lee Jung Sen Building Langrun Yuan Peking University No.5 Yiheyuan Road Haidian District Beijing, P.R.China 100871
    Beijing
    China
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US-China Relations and the 'Re-Balance' to Asia | Stanford Center at Peking University

Event Details

***REGISTER*** The Obama Administration’s “Re-Balance” to Asia has been poorly explained, widely misunderstood, and deliberately misconstrued by officials and commentators on both sides of the Pacific. Stanford Professor and former Assistant Secretary of State Thomas Fingar will analyze the origins and objectives of the Re-Balance and attempt to explain and address questions and concerns raised by Chinese and others in the region.

US-CHINA RELATIONS AND THE  “RE-BALANCE” TO ASIA

Speaker: 
THOMAS FINGAR, Oksenberg-Rohlen Distinguished Fellow, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University
Discussant: 
YU TIEJUN, Professor, School of International Studies, Peking University

DATE / TIME: OCT 27, 2014  @  16:00 – 17:15   *REGISTER

The Obama Administration’s “Re-Balance” to Asia has been poorly explained, widely misunderstood, and deliberately misconstrued by officials and commentators on both sides of the Pacific. Stanford Professor and former Assistant Secretary of State Thomas Fingar will analyze the origins and objectives of the Re-Balance and attempt to explain and address questions and concerns raised by Chinese and others in the region. From May 2005 through December 2008, Fingar served as the first Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Analysis and, concurrently, as Chairman of the National Intelligence Council. He served previously as Assistant Secretary of the State Department’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research (2004-2005), Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary (2001-2003), Deputy Assistant Secretary for Analysis (1994-2000), Director of the Office of Analysis for East Asia and the Pacific (1989-1994), and Chief of the China Division (1986-1989).

ONLINE REGISTRATION
scpku.fsi.stanford.edu/events/registration/217986 

PHONE & EMAIL INQUIRY
connieyc@stanford.edu
010-6274 4170
010-6275 8357

ADDRESS & MAP
Stanford Center at Peking University, The Lee Jung Sen Building
Langrun Yuan, Peking University
http://scpku.fsi.stanford.edu/content/traveling-scpku-and-beijing

COMING TO SCPKU
Please bring a photo ID and enter PKU through the Northeast Gate. Directional signage will be available starting from this gate. Pre-registration for vehicle entrance inside the campus is required. Please note that there are no parking spaces outside the Center.

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