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U.S.-China Scholarly Recoupling: Advancing Mutual Understanding in an Era of Intense Rivalry

March , 2024


A Report of the CSIS Trustee Chair in Chinese Business and Economics.

Editor: Scott Kennedy
Published March 27, 2024

The United States and China have avoided outright scholarly decoupling, but the over-securitization of every element of the relationship is restricting a more comprehensive recoupling of ties, a vexing situation which is stifling research, limiting overseas study, reducing mutual understanding, and harming the national interest of both countries. These are the key conclusions of this report, which is the culmination of a two-year initiative led by CSIS and Peking University. The 27 essays in this volume, contributed by American and Chinese scholars from a wide range of disciplines, explain the benefits of U.S.-China scholarly cooperation to the two societies and the world at large, identify the obstacles to greater exchanges, and outline practical strategies for overcoming these challenges.



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