CSCC Policy Roundtables

CSCC Policy Roundtables

As appropriate, the CSCC hosts roundtables of Penn faculty and invited outside experts to address pressing policy issues that increasingly confront contemporary China or US-China relations.

Past Policy Roundtables



2020

The COVID-19 Crisis and Its Implications for U.S. Regulatory Law

Regulatory Responses to COVID-19: The U.S. and the World
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The global coronavirus pandemic has created many challenges for legal and regulatory authorities in the United States. One challenge has arisen from the federal structure of the U.S. government, according to which…



2020

Comparing National Responses to the COVID-19 Crisis

Regulatory Responses to COVID-19: The U.S. and the World
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The global coronavirus pandemic has prompted a reconfiguration in governmental power in countries around the world. This international panel will bring together administrative law and regulatory experts to discuss…



2020

China and COVID-19: A CSCC Roundtable Discussion

- Virtual Conference via Zoom

(If you are interested in joining the virtual roundtable and have not received a link via one of our email lists, please email cscc-contact@sas.upenn.edu to request the…



2020

The World Today: Will COVID-19 Infect the U.S.-China Relationship?

- Virtual Roundtable

As both the Chinese Communist Party and the U.S. government have bungled their responses to the outbreak and blamed each other for the growing pandemic, what will COVID-19 mean for U.S.-China relations and what…



2020

Roundtable on Taiwan Elections and Implications for Cross-Strait and U.S.-Taiwan Relations

Vincent Wang, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Political Science, Adelphi University; Margaret Lewis, Professor of Law, Seton Hall University; David Rank, Senior Fellow, Yale Jackson Institute of Global Affairs; Jacques deLisle, Stephen A. Cozen Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania.
- Annenberg School of Communication, Rm 111, 3620 Walnut St.

On January 11, the incumbent Taiwan president Tsai Ing-wen of the Democratic Progressive Party won the presidential election by a landslide, and the DPP retained its legislative majority.  Tsai and the DPP won in a…



2019

Technology Issues in US-China Relations

Professor Zhou Hanhua, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; Samm Sacks, Council on Foreign Relations; Mark Cohen, UC Berkeley School of Law; Jacques deLisle, Stephen A. Cozen Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania.
- Room 200, Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics, 133 S. 36th St.

Zhou Hanhua is a professor of law and…



2019

Roundtable on US-China Relations and Taiwan Issues

Xiamen University Delegation
- CSCC Conference Room, Perelman 418, 133 S. 36th St.



2019

The Hong Kong Protests: A Roundtable Discussion

Michael Davis, Senior Research Scholar, Weatherhead East Asia Institute, Columbia University; Victoria Hui, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Norte Dame; Jacques deLisle, Stephen A. Cozen Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania; Avery Goldstein, David M. Knott Professor of Global Politics and International Relations.
- Perry World House, Social Policy Lab, 3803 Locust Walk



2018

China and the Environment: Challenges at Home and Agendas Abroad

FPRI Panel Discussion
FPRI Library, 1528 Walnut Street, Ste. 610, Philadelphia, PA, 19102

Terry Cooke, Founder and Executive Director, China Partnership of Greater Philadelphia, and Senior Fellow, FPRI; author of Sustaining U.S.-China Cooperation in Clean Energy.



2018

End of China's One-Child Policy

Feinian Chen,Professor of Sociology, University of Maryland; Yong Cai, Associate Professor of Sociology, UNC Chapel Hill; Feng Wang, Professor of Sociology, UC Irvine
Stiteler Hall B21

In October 2015, China announced the plans to abolish the one-child policy which had restricted the majority of Chinese families to only one child for the last 35 years. All Chinese couples are now allowed to have…