China- America’s Generational Challenge

Cleveland Committee on Foreign Relations events are for CCFR members only. Roy Kamphausen is the Senior Vice President for Research at the National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR) and, in April of 2018, Roy was appointed to be a Commissioner on the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission. Given the changing relationship between the United States […]

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Education Reform in the United States

Six educators, school administrators, and university-based researchers from China, will be traveling to Cleveland to learn how local government and school districts work creatively to address challenges in today’s education system. The program will highlight the role of public school boards and universities in addressing education reform, including sexual harassment, nepotism, academic dishonesty, and integration […]

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U.S.-China Relations: The Slow Economic War

Cleveland Council on World Affairs Presents: A Foreign Policy Forum  Join CCWA as we host Thomas Hout, Visiting Professor at Middlebury Institute of International Studies, best-selling author, and career consultant, for a discussion of the economic relationship between the United States and China. Following a number of negotiations and tariff changes between the United States […]

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Social Entrepreneurship in the U.S. (Project for China)

CCWA is pleased to welcome Chinese entrepreneurs as they visit Cleveland under the International Visitor Leadership Program. Their visit will mainly focus on the role of social entrepreneurship in the United States, discovering innovative approaches to social change, and ways of using social media to drive social entrepreneurship. International Visitor Leadership (IVLP) Program Each year, […]

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Debt Restructuring, Corporate Governance, and Competition in the United States

Five financial and legal experts from China will be visiting Cleveland to gain insight of the financial and legal aspects of debt and industry restructuring in the United States.  The program here will explore ways in which U.S. companies use restructuring to create efficient operations, observe corporate governance best practices, and assess the benefits of […]

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China’s Growing Role in the World Economy

Cleveland Committee on Foreign Relations events are for CCFR members only. Launched in 2013, China’s Belt and Road Project is funding infrastructure throughout the developing world and building new alliances. David Dollar, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, will explore this immense project, what it means for China’s economic future and what options the U.S. has […]

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Episode 21: The Myth of China’s Might- And What It Means for America

Guest: Jeremy R. Haft Jeremy R. Haft, a 20 year veteran of the China market, adjunct professor at Georgetown University, and CEO of SafeSource Trading, an export trading firm, discussed the rise of China and its true economic might. With U.S. security concerns in Asia influenced by China’s economic power, Haft addressed whether or not […]

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The Myth of China’s Might – And What it Means for America

Cleveland Council on World Affairs Presents: A Foreign Policy Forum  Jeremy R. Haft, a 20 year veteran of the China market, adjunct professor at Georgetown University, and CEO of SafeSource Trading, an export trading firm, will discuss the rise of China and its true economic might. With U.S. security concerns in Asia influenced by China’s […]

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Responsible Global Investing

Addressing the international efforts to strengthen the integrity of governments and businesses, this IVLP delegation from the People’s Republic of China will be in Cleveland to explore perspectives on business ethics and strategies to reduce corruption. Over the course of six days, visitors will meet with well-known leaders in corporate social responsibility including the Greater Cleveland […]

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Internet Governance and Cyber Security

Cyber attacks have emerged as a serious threat to the national security of countries throughout the world, including countries on the continent of Asia and Oceania. Five international participants from Malaysia, People’s Republic of China, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam are scheduled to visit Cleveland for a cyber security program in February this year. Cleveland […]

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