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Archive – November 2008

An article in the Outlook section of the Washington Post sites four China experts in makings recommendations for President-Elect Obama's China policy.
Renowned China scholar and recent U.S. diplomat Thomas Christensen expressed optimism for the future of U.S.-China relations and provided advice on U.S.-China policy to the Obama administration, during a crowded Nov. 18 public lecture hosted by the Woodrow Wilson School in Robertson Hall's Dodds Auditorium. Christensen is a Professor of Politics and International Affairs at the School and Director of the Princeton-Harvard China and the World Program. He took a public service leave during 2006
Professor Tom Christensen spoke to a full house in Dodds Auditorium on "Shaping China's Choices: Recent Lessons for the Next Administration's China Policy." In this talk, he analyzed recent trends in U.S.-China relations and made recommendations for those who will be guiding U.S. China policy in President-elect Obama's administration. Thomas Christensen, Professor of Politics and International Affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School and Director of the Princeton-Harvard China and the World Progr
Thomas Christensen spoke at Columbia University's Weatherhead Center for War and Peace Studies, on "Recent Lessons for the Next Administration's China Policy."
Jessica Chen Weiss, China and the World Postdoctoral Research Associate (2008-09) presented her research project, "Powerful Patriots: Nationalism, Diplomacy, and the Strategic Logic of Anti-Foreign Protest in China" at Princeton.