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On the Issues: Avoiding a new Cold War through dialogue with China

On the Issues: Avoiding a new Cold War through dialogue with China


Prevailing political and media narratives paint the U.S. relationship as an emerging “New Cold War” but research reveals that dialogue between the U.S. and China worked. A new report by AFSC, the National Committee on American Foreign Policy, and four independent researchers examined what became of the over 1,000 commitments the two countries made to one another during the Obama years; the report found that the engagements were key to managing the relationship and global security issues.

Join AFSC Asia Advocacy Coordinator Daniel Jasper as he shares key findings from this diligent study that help illustrate the need for continued diplomacy to avoid future conflict and help build sustainable international peace.

Join us every other Wednesday at 1 PM ET for a live discussion of AFSC's work on the issues.

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