in 1995, the U.S.-China Policy Foundation is a non-partisan, non-profit,
non-advocacy organization that promotes a greater understanding between
American and Chinese policymakers, researchers, and government officials.
USCPF seeks to provide opportunities for students, researchers, and
practitioners of foreign policy to interact in more diverse and substantial
ways. USCPF also conducts research on U.S.-China policies and relations
in the Asia-Pacific region. The foundation does not advocate any policy
or attempt to influence policy decisions, but instead provides information
in order to increase awareness of issues in U.S.-China relations.
As a research-oriented organization,
the Foundation undertakes the following activities to fulfill its
COORDINATING research efforts on topics
and issues related to U.S.-China policy.
ORGANIZING exchanges and visits between
specialists on U.S.-China relations, policymakers, and officials from
FACILITATING opportunities for discussion
between U.S. policymakers and senior Chinese leaders in an unofficial
ACTING as a focal point for an informal
network of American China specialists and Chinese America specialists.
PROVIDING free consultative services
to American scholars and policymakers on various U.S.-China policy
SUGGESTING or furnishes experts with
information on issues related to U.S.-China policy.
PROMOTING the development of China studies
in U.S. institutions of higher education.
MAINTAINING a collection of scholarly work and
articles for research purposes.
HOSTING seminars and conferences on issues related
to U.S.-China relations.
PRODUCING China Forum, a weekly television program
that discusses current events and their implications on U.S.-China
PUBLISHING The U.S.-China Policy Review, the Washington
Journal of Modern China, as well as notes from our lecture series
and issue briefs for distribution to China specialists in academia,
the diplomatic community, and the general public.