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Chinese Talks

Geopolitics and Beyond:

New Ideas for U.S.-Chinese Strategic Cooperation

In early November, 2013, University of Chicago Beijing Center, Fudan University, and Tsinghua University sponsored a two-day conference on the future of relations between the US and China. The purpose of the conference was to provide a forum to discuss new ideas and theories about conflict and cooperation and to forge connections between mid-level scholars that will hopefully last for decades.

Beijing ConferenceCPOST's Robert Pape gave a lecture at the University of Chicago's Beijing Center, organized the two-day conference in Beijing, and moderated a debate between scholars John Mearsheimer and Yan Xeutong.

CHINA QUICKLINKS

Causal Pathways (Pape and Mearsheimer)

News Coverage

John Mearsheimer, Nov. 2, 2013

Robert Pape's Beijing Lecture, Oct. 31, 2013

Beijing Lecture Q&A



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The Strategic Logic of the Nuclear Revolution

Cooperation

Economies

 

   



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The Chicago Project's main activities focus on core international security challenges such as the causes and solutions to terrorism, the dynamics of martyrdom, the consequences of nuclear proliferation, and the analytic premises of grand strategy in a global context. Learn more about us »