“China, Russia, World: Focus on the European Union”

Join the IU SGIS on April 15 at 9:00pm in the Dogwood Room at the Indiana Memorial Union for the annual "China, Russia, and the World" symposium. This year’s symposium will address Chinese and Russian involvements with the European Union, exploring the consequences of these involvements for the EU and tracing the motivations that have shaped the nature of Russian-EU and Chinese-EU relations from the Cold War into the present.

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Slowing Growth Limits Expansion of China’s Military Budget

RCCPB Senior Associate Adam Liff co-authored a recent post for the Wall Street Journal's China Realtime blog with Andrew Erickson, Professor of Strategy at the US Naval War College. Titled "The Limits of Growth: Economic Headwinds Inform China's Latest Military Budget," the article discusses the impact of slowing Chinese growth on the military's budget.

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Upcoming Events for Spring 2016

Check out the events calendar for Spring 2016's upcoming lectures on contemporary China. Regional security, economy, and politics will be discussed by speakers including Sheila A. Smith, CFR; Oriana Mastro, Georgetown; and T.J. Pempel, UC Berkeley. The talks are co-hosted by the IU SGIS "East Asia and the World" speaker series.

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IU Research Center for Chinese Politics and Business

Thought leadership on issues that meet at the intersection of Chinese politics and the global world of business

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RCCPB Summer in China

In summer 2015, the RCCPB hosted two events in at IU's China Gateway office. Visit the "News" page for photos and more information. 

Attendees of the Symposium on Land Public Finance, Local Debt, and Economic Growth gather at the IU China Gateway



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