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Film Diplomacy

CANCELED: Film Diplomacy:  An Effective Soft Power Tool in US-China Relations?

Due to complications from weather, the following briefing event will be canceled: Wednesday, January 27, 2016 1:30–3:00pm 121 Cannon House Office Building A Capitol Hill Conversation with   CHRIS FENTON President, DMG Entertainment Motion Picture Group General Manager, DMG North America   Coined by Harvard University’s Joseph Nye in the 1980s, soft power is the underlying theory of many governments’
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“China’s Economic and Soft Power Initiatives: One Belt One Road and the AIIB in the Context of Recent Turmoil”

With the announcement of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiatives, the People’s Republic of China desires to play a greater role in the governance of international finance and investment. The intent of these undertakings is subject to much debate, but it is clear evidence of China’s growing financial clout and influence in the
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**Room Changed** Upcoming Event: Japan-US Cooperation in Cyberspace

US-Asia Institute and The Embassy of Japan have the pleasure of hosting an off-the-record briefing on Capitol Hill: Japan-US Cooperation: A Vision for Collaboration in Cyberspace to Ensure Peace and Security Across the Asia-Pacific  Friday, September 18, 2015 8:30-10:00 a.m. (Breakfast will be served) Cannon House Office Building – Room 121 27 Independence Ave. SE Washington, DC 20003  With speaker:      
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China’s New National Security Law: What Does it Mean?

US-Asia Institute is proud to present a Special Event: China’s New National Security Law: What Does it Mean?  A Perspective from Chinese Legal Scholars Tuesday, September 15, 2015 2:00-3:30 p.m. Rayburn Office Building – Room 2167 45 Independence Ave. SW Washington, DC 20515  Delegation led by:                                      
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