Rewatch this webinar on elevating Latinx voices within the American foreign policy establishment and what U.S. foreign policy interests are in the context of a rising China.
The YCW DC chapter launched in the fall of 2017. The nation's capital, Washington, DC lies at the heart of the world's most consequential relationship between the United States and China. The city's central importance to policy-making serves as an immutable draw to leaders from around the world in politics, business and academia. YCW DC is well positioned to tap those resources to help build the next generation of leaders looking at China from around the world and across fields.
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Thursday, July 1, 2021 | 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT A Conversation around Three New Books As the Chinese Communist Party plans to celebrate the 100th anniversary of its founding, Young China Watchers–Washington, DC invites you to join three
YCW Europe V4 Series online debate: Navigating the US-China rivalry in Central and Eastern Europe With Alicja Bachulska (China Analyst, Asia Research Centre), Sándor Kusai (Former Hungarian ambassador to China, Mongolia and the DPRK), Patrycja Pendrakowska (Head of Boym Institute
On September 29, Young China Watchers hosted a conversation with Murray Hiebert, author of “Under Beijing’s Shadow: Southeast Asia’s China Challenge.” This compelling book provides a snapshot of ten countries in Southeast Asia by exploring their diverse experiences with China
– July 21, 2020 Co-organized by YCW’s New York and Washington, DC chapters, “Black Internationalism: China” featured founder and director of Columbia University Law School’s Black Voices on Greater China Kori Cooper in conversation with Professor Keisha Brown, Assistant