【REGISTRATION】Finding Firmer Ground: The Role of Innovation in U.S.-China Relations

Finding Firmer Ground: The Role of Innovation in U.S.-China Relations

The Carter Center & Intellisia Institute

Supported by
The China Research Center of Atlanta and Dragon-Eagle Television

20:30, September 8, 2022 (Eastern Standard Time)
08:30, September 9, 2022 (Beijing Time)

ZOOM online meeting

1. The global issues nowadays need to be solved by major powers’ collaboration and technological innovation. What are the difficulties in innovation cooperation between China and the U.S. on these issues? How can these problems be solved?

2. In what areas of innovation do China and the U.S. share common interests? How to advance China-U.S. dialogue and innovation cooperation in these areas?

3. What role can innovation play in promoting bilateral relations and expanding people-to-people exchanges? And how can innovation play the role?


Welcome Speech
Yawei Liu, Senior Advisor on China, The Carter Center
Dingding Chen, President, Intellisia Institute & Professor, School of International Studies at Jinan University

One-to-one Dialogue
Joe Bankoff, Former Chair, the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs & Distinguished Professor of the Practice at Georgia Institute of Technology
Xufeng Zhu, Professor and Executive Dean, the School of Public Policy and Management at Tsinghua University & Executive Director of the Institute for Sustainable Development Goals at Tsinghua University

Comment, Discussion and Conclusion

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Intellisia Institute
is one of the leading non-profit independent social think tanks in China. With our high-qualified and efficient research team and our strong resource-integration ability, we are dedicated to provide knowledge resources for the government, enterprises, media, academia and the public from an independent and objective research perspectives, so as to help them better "see the world with open eyes", understand the relationship between China and the world, and to provide strategic insights and policy solutions for foreign affairs, as well as promote the growth and development of China's social think tanks in its cross border communication. In 2019, Intellisia institute was listed as one of the first think tank of China Think Tank Index (CTTI), and was ranked 5th among China's social think tank.