UC SAN DIEGO FORUM ON U.S.-CHINA RELATIONS

The relationship between the United States and China is the most important, difficult and vital bilateral relationship in the world today. Given the rapid changes taking place in U.S.-China relations, the question of how to preserve a foundation for cooperation between the two nations while also competing with each other has never been more urgent.

The UC San Diego Forum on U.S.-China Relations will convene on a regular basis for broad-minded strategic discussions on the relationship among leaders in various sectors of American society. It is co-chaired by Steve Hadley, Susan Shirk and Kurt Campbell, three veteran policymakers and students of China, and attended by thought leaders from a broad spectrum of backgrounds.

We believe that managing this complex and fraught relationship requires a whole-of-society approach, beyond just government-to-government relations.

ABOUT THE FORUM The UC San Diego Forum on U.S.- China Relations is the first ongoing high-level forum focused entirely on the U.S.-China relationship.

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