POSTPONED: Sino-US Relations and the Korean Peninsula during the Trump Administration

Rex Tillerson, Secretary Xi Jinping

POSTPONED: Sino-US Relations and the Korean Peninsula during the Trump Administration

Tuesday, 24 October 2017 - 5:00pm
Venue: 
Dahrendorf Room
Speaker(s): 
Nan Li (Institute of American Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)
Convenor: 
Rosemary Foot
Series: 
East Asia Seminar

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Nan Li is an associate research fellow at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences’ Institute of American Studies. His research mainly focuses on U.S-North Korea relations and China-North Korea relations. Nan Li has been a visiting Scholar at Seoul National University (2014-2015), Brookings Institution (2012), Johns Hopkins SAIS (2011-2012), and Kim Il-Sung University (DPRK,2010). He is a graduate of the Renmin University, Beijing, where he earned a PhD in National Strategy, an MA in International Relations & Political Science, and BA in International Politics & Political Science. His main publications are From the Hawk Engagement to the Six Party Talks: US Policies towards North Korea (forthcoming); A Study of Contemporary Western Theories of Grand Strategy; 'U.S. Food Aid Policy towards North Korea and its Evaluation' (The Journal of American Studies, 2014); 'US Policy towards DPRK Since the Nuclear Crisis of 2013' (Blue Book, the CASS Press, 2014); 'Evaluating the Bush Administration’s North Korea Strategy' (Journal of Contemporary Asia- Pacific Studies, 2009); 'An Emotional and Strategic Partner: China’s Humanitarian Aid to North Korea in the 21st Century' (The Brookings Press, 2013).