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Global Connections EditionThe Global Connections: America and China Today, Work/Jobs/Lives is now available.

Heading into the second decade of the 21st century, an era marked indelibly by globalization, the world is witnessing a shift from the West’s dominance led by the United States, to the rise of Asia led by China. Niall Ferguson, a professor of history at Harvard University was blunt in a commentary “In China’s Orbit” Nov. 18, 2010: “What we are living through now is the end of 500 years of Western predominance. This time the Eastern challenger is for real, both economically and geopolitically. The gentlemen in Beijing may not be the masters just yet. But one thing is certain: They are no longer the apprentices.” Download the 2012 Global Connections Edition of U.S./China Media Brief now.


Presidents EditionThe Presidents Edition 2009 Media Brief features charts and guides to the 30-years of U.S.-China normalization, and, in map format, the global search by China and the U.S. for resources and energy in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America. The Experts Exchange features independent viewpoints on current issues in Sino-American relations. For a complete overview of the contents available in the Presidents Edition, please visit the Presidents Edition section online or DOWNLOAD the 2009 Presidents Edition Media Brief now (please note that this edition is a 17+ MB PDF document).


Beijing Olympics Edition 2008The Commemorative 4-color print edition 2008 Beijing Olympics editon of the US/China Media Brief reviewed by the NY Times is now available online. Download the 2008 Beijing Olympics U.S./China Media Brief now.

Video and audio podcasts from our Media Nexus archives include exclusive interviews conducted by the U.S.-China Media Brief team from Beijing, Hong Kong, Taipei, and Los Angeles. Also featured are former President Jimmy Carter, who recounts his role in Sino-American normalization, and Professor L. Ling-chi Wang who comments on “what’s ahead” for China and America. A U.S.-China Timeline reminds us that the U.S.-China relationship takes place in an historical context of mutual engagement in which Chinese and Americans will continue to play significant roles in this most vital relationship of the 21st century.