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特朗普访华与中美关系

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时间:2017年10月30日(周五) 14:00 — 16:00

地点: C104

主持人:王栋 副教授

嘉宾: David Gordon, Evan Medeiros(麦艾文)

主题:特朗普访华与中美关系

语言:英语

主办:美国研究中心、中美人文交流研究基地

Time: 14:00pm.-16:00pm.,October 30,2017

Venue: C104

Moderate: Dr. Wang Dong

Speaker: David Gordon, Evan Medeiros

Topic: Trump’s State Visit to China and Sino-US Relations

Language: English

Hosts: American Studies Center, Institute for China-US People to People Exchange, Peking University

 

嘉宾简历/Bio:

David Gordon,欧亚集团高级顾问,乔治城大学高级研究员,美国国务院政策规划司前司长,欧亚集团前董事长

David F. Gordon is Senior Advisor at Eurasia Group, the international political risk advisory firm, where he was formerly Chairman. Dr. Gordon was Director of Policy Planning at the US Department of State under Condoleeza Rice; and, prior to that, head of the US National Intelligence Council.  He teaches at Georgetown University and is a Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security.

麦艾文,欧亚集团亚太事务负责人,美国前国安会亚洲事务高级主任,曾任美国财政部中美战略经济对话特使政治顾问,兰德公司资深政治专家,伦敦政治经济学院国际关系博士

Evan S. Medeiros leads Eurasia Group's coverage of the Asia-Pacific.  In June 2015, Evan stepped down from the position of special assistant to the president and senior director for Asian affairs at the White House's National Security Council (NSC). Evan previously worked as a senior political scientist at the RAND Corporation, where he specialized in the international politics of East Asia, China's foreign and national security policies, US-China relations, and Chinese defense and security issues. He also served as policy advisor to the special envoy for China and the US-China Strategic Economic Dialogue at the Treasury Department. Evan holds a doctorate in international relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science, in addition to a master of philosophy degree in international relations from the University of Cambridge (where he was a Fulbright Scholar), a master's degree in China studies from the University of London's School of Oriental and African Studies, and a bachelor's degree in analytic philosophy from Bates College in Maine.