The Once and Future Hegemony? The US-China Relationship

February 29, 2004


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Michael Chambers
Assistant Professor, International Relations, Indiana State University; he has conducted field research in Beijing, Hong Kong, and Bangkok which has resulted in book chapters, journal articles, and conference papers; his research agenda emphasizes regional security issues in Asia.

Ross Munro
Director of Asian Studies, Center for Security Studies; Adjunct Faculty, The Institute of World Politics; former Beijing Bureau Chief, Toronto Globe and Mail; coauthor, The Coming Conflict with China

Ross Terrill
Visiting Professor of Government, University of Texas/Austin; author, The New Chinese Empire: And What It Means for the United States; former researcher, Fairbank Center for East Asian Research, Harvard University; he first visited China in 1964, and his many books include 800,000,000: The Real China and The Future of China: After Mao

Zhu Feng
Professor and Director of International Security Program, School of International Studies, Peking University; Member, Experts Group, China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Senior Research Fellow, Center for Peace and Development Studies of China; Senior Research Fellow, Center for Regional Security Studies; Author, Missile Defense and International Security and Turbulence in the World of the 21st Century


Meena Sharma

Thomas Singer
EPIIC Colloquium