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2015 CAMDEN CONFERENCE

China on the World Stage

February 24-26, 2006

The 19th annual Camden ConferenceChina, took place February 24-26, 2006. The Conference examined China’s emerging place in the world, assessing challenges and opportunities in U.S. – China relations, highlighting key questions to address and the prospects for success in discovering the right answers in a timely fashion.

2006 Conference Poster
Conference Highlights (PDF)

Conference Highlights

Conference Video Archives

China, Japan, and the Korean Peninsula,
Can it Work?

James R. Lilley

Former U.S. Ambassador to China and Korea, Former Director of The American Institute in Taiwan

China Transformed?
Some Historical Perspectives
on Chinese Society

Michael Tsin

Associate Professor of History and International Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

China’s Economic Growth:
Implications and Challenges

Philip H. Brown

Assistant Professor of Economics, Colby College

China, Japan, and the Korean Peninsula,
Can it Work?

James R. Lilley

Former U.S. Ambassador to China and Korea, Former Director of The American Institute in Taiwan

China Transformed?
Some Historical Perspectives
on Chinese Society

Michael Tsin

Associate Professor of History and International Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

China’s Economic Growth:
Implications and Challenges

Philip H. Brown

Assistant Professor of Economics, Colby College

China, Japan, and the Korean Peninsula,
Can it Work?

James R. Lilley

Former U.S. Ambassador to China and Korea, Former Director of The American Institute in Taiwan

China Transformed?
Some Historical Perspectives
on Chinese Society

Michael Tsin

Associate Professor of History and International Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

China’s Economic Growth:
Implications and Challenges

Philip H. Brown

Assistant Professor of Economics, Colby College

China, Japan, and the Korean Peninsula,
Can it Work?

James R. Lilley

Former U.S. Ambassador to China and Korea, Former Director of The American Institute in Taiwan

China Transformed?
Some Historical Perspectives
on Chinese Society

Michael Tsin

Associate Professor of History and International Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

China’s Economic Growth:
Implications and Challenges

Philip H. Brown

Assistant Professor of Economics, Colby College

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