On February 19th, Dr. Shi Yinhong (时殷弘), Professor of International Relations at Renmin University of China, Counselor of State Council of People’s Republic of China, gave a lecture on the “China-U.S. Rivalry in the Recent Past, Present and Future”, the fourth in a six-part series on US-China diplomatic relations.
Professor Emeritus Donald Hellmann of the Japan Studies Program served as one of four discussants. Student newspaper The Daily was on-site to report:
Hellmann said that the digital technological revolution and the shift of political and economic power to China and East Asia would create an increasingly interdependent and non-convergent world difficult for the United States, China, or anyone to easily manage. He also said that the nuclearization of North Korea is unlikely to be reversed and that the biggest loser will be China, not the United States. (The Daily)
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