The Rivalry of the Century: Misperceptions, Competition, and Outcome in U.S.-China Relations
When: Nov 29, 10:00 AM-11:20 AM
Join us Monday, November 29 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:20 a.m. for a presentation on U.S.-China Relations featuring guest speaker Paul H. Tai, Professor of Political Science Emeritus at the University of Detroit Mercy.
In his presentation, Mr. Tai will explain how the U.S.-China rivalry emerges; identify three prevailing misperceptions between them; assess the competitive nature of the bilateral relations, and look into the outcome of the rivalry in political, military, economic, and technological dimensions.
Professor Paul H. Tai has authored and edited six published books on Chinese and international politics; taught political science for thirty years at the University of DetroitMercy; held a research fellowship at Harvard University’s Center for International Affairs and Stanford University’s Hoover Institution; and lectured at Princeton, Oxford, and Fudan (Shanghai) universities, and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing. He was a columnist in 2004- 2019 for the newspaper, World Journal, and has been editing since 2002 an e-Magazine, The ELM.