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  • April 2011 - Policymakers Trip to China

The U.S.-China Policy Foundation is glad to announce its 2011 Policymakers Trip to China.

The U.S.-China relationship is among the most significant bilateral relationships in the world. Through their positions, congressional staff members have the unique opportunity to inform our nation's legislators as they shape America's China-policy. The Policymakers Program presents an opportunity for them to enhance their understanding of the ever-changing Sino-American relationship. Through the trip to China, participants will obtain the knowledge necessary to make informed policy recommendations about the most recent developments in China and Sino-American bilateral relations.

The USCPF will work in close concert with the Embassy of the People's Republic of China and the Chinese People's Institute of Foreign Affairs to organize and execute the 2010 Policymakers Educational China Trip Program, which is approved by the U.S. Department of State under Section 108A of the Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act of 1961 (MECEA). For more information, please see 22 U.S.C. §2451 et seq.

Details on dates and how to apply will be posted in the near future. Previos programs can be seen here.

  • China Forum

The China Forum is an educational and informational program produced by the U.S.-China Policy Foundation that aims to increase American awareness and understanding of U.S.-China relations. Each week, the program discusses contemporary issues relating to China with a diverse panel of experts. The only program of its kind, China Forum is now completing its nineteenth year on the air.

China Forum has hosted many distinguished scholars and U.S. diplomats, including Professors A. Doak Barnett, Robert Scalapino, Michael Oxenberg, David M. Lampton, former U.S. Ambassadors to China Arthur W. Hummel, Jr., James Lilley, J. Stapleton Roy and James R. Sasser and William J. Perry, former Secretary of Defense.

For additional information, please do not hesitate to contact the Foundation. All viewer questions and comments are welcome.

The USCPF is a non-profit, non-partisan, educational organization and does not advocate any specific policies.

Please do not hesitate to contact the Foundation with any questions regarding our recent or upcoming events and programs.

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