USCET Congratulates Kurt Campbell on his new role in the Biden-Harris Administration

Washington, D.C. – On January 25, 2021, Kurt Campbell, former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs and former USCET Advisory Council member, assumed the position of Deputy Assistant to the President and White House Coordinator for Indo-Pacific Affairs on the National Security Council.  The US-China Education Trust congratulates Kurt Campbell on…

Event Recap: Looking Ahead to US-China Relations Under the Biden Administration

The fifth and final webinar of the Live From Washington series, organized in partnership with AmCham China in Beijing, focused on the future of US-China relations under the newly-inaugurated Biden Administration. Over 130 participants tuned in to this riveting discussion and actively engaged in the Q&A portion of the program, offering unique insight into the…

USCET-CPIFA Dialogue “Future of US-China Relations from Differing Perspectives”

On December 15th, the US-China Education Trust and Chinese People’s Institute of Foreign Affairs (CPIFA) jointly held an online dialogue titled “The Future of US-China Relations from Differing Perspectives.” Wang Chao, President of CPIFA and former Chinese Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, made opening remarks followed by Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch, Founding President of USCET.…

Event Recap – Trilateral Perspectives on Indo-Pacific Strategic Security and Cooperation: The United States, China, and India

On December 9th, USCET and the Institute for Global Cooperation and Understanding (iGCU) at Peking University hosted the first of a series of webinars focusing on Trilateral Perspectives between the United States, China, and India. Amidst this climate characterized by rising regional tension and uncertainty between the three countries, speakers and guests had the opportunity…

Event Recap: America’s New Normal? Populist Nationalism and Polarization in the United States

In the fourth Live from Washington event aimed especially at interested viewers in China, USCET partnered with its good friends at AmCham – the American Chamber of Commerce in China – for a ninety-minute program on populist  nationalism and polarization in the 2020 Election. Over 75 participants representing academia, business, and government tuned in for a…