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Thursday, Nov 13, 2008
Thomas Christensen spoke at Columbia University's Weatherhead Center for War and Peace Studies, on "Recent Lessons for the Next Administration's China Policy."
Wednesday, Nov 5, 2008
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.
Tuesday, Oct 28, 2008
Thomas Christensen, Co-Director of China and the World, spoke on a panel at George Washington University entitled "China: Political and Security Challenges for the Next Administration."
Monday, Oct 20, 2008
Thomas Christensen, Co-Director of the Princeton-Harvard China and the World Program, represented the Woodrow Wilson School at the 3rd Annual 2008 Global Public Policy Network Conference, held in Beijing at Peking University. He spoke on "The Future of Global Governance: Balancing Legitimacy and Effectiveness."
Monday, Oct 20, 2008
Huan Guocang, CEO and Co-Founder of Primus Pacific Partners, Limited, spoke at Robertson Hall on "Recent Dynamics of the Beijing-Taipei Relationship."
Saturday, Oct 18, 2008
Thomas Christensen, China and the World Program Co-Director spoke on "U.S. Policy Toward Vietnam and East Asia" at the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies' (PIIRS) conference "Vietnam and East Asia in a Globalized Context."
Wednesday, Oct 15, 2008
Ja Ian Chong, China and the World program Postdoctoral Research Associate (2008-09) spoke on his current research topic –“Imposing States: How External Intervention Made the Sovereign State.”
Monday, Oct 13, 2008
Professor Thomas Christensen's (Princeton University) keynote address at the USCI "Making of U.S.-China Policy" conference at USC on October 13, 2008. Release Date: 10/23/2008  
Tuesday, Sep 2, 2008
Professor Yan Xuetong , Director of the Institute of International Studies at Tsinghua University and Chief Editor of The Chinese Journal of International Politics, led a roundtable discussion sponsored by the China and the World program for recently returned students and professors at the Woodrow Wilson School for Public and International
Monday, Sep 1, 2008
Professor Tom Christensen, Professor of Politics and International Affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School and Director of the Princeton-Harvard China and The World Program (CWP), returned to the classroom this fall after a two year appointment as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs.

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