Carnegie hosted a workshop on IISD's Model International Agreement on Investment for Sustainable Development, which aims to ensure that foreign investment creates development benefits in host countries.
Discussion of CNOOC’s bid for Unocal, bilateral trade, and China’s military modernization featuring top China policy experts Carolyn Bartholomew, Albert Keidel and Michael Swaine.
A discussion on global proliferation dangers based on the new Carnegie study, Deadly Arsenals: Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Threats.
Jonathan Anderson provided an assessment of current developments in China and the region.
Chen Shui-Bien focused excessively on electoral politics in Taiwan, allowing them to trump a careful consideration of the long-term strategic importance of its delicate relationship with the United States.
The Carnegie China Program convened a seminar to explore the controversies surrounding the Chinese yuan. With the escalation of rhetoric across the Pacific and with the U.S. Senate scheduled to vote on a 28-percent tariff on all Chinese goods if Beijing does not act promptly on its exchange rate, it is important to review the fundamental underpinnings of the charges against China.