Fall 2016 Semester Begins

The Fall 2016 semester has begun at IU Bloomington. Welcome to all new and returning students, faculty, and staff. Stay tuned for more information about RCCPB programs and events this semester, as well as information about research and events on contemporary China at IU and beyond.

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 Event: CHINA Town Hall

Join the IU East Asian Studies Center and RCCPB for the tenth annual CHINA Town Hall, sponsored by the National Committee on US-China Relations. Local speaker John Yasuda will discuss China's future from an American perspective, followed by a nationally webcast discussion with Former Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger's on the Sino-American relationship. Find us on 10/18 in GA1050 at 6pm, the first floor lounge at the Global and International Studies Building.

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RCCPB Summer in China

In summer 2016, the RCCPB hosted a workshop on China's Fiscal and Land Policy at the IU Beijing Gateway office with support from the IU Center for Business and Economic Research. Look forward to updates on the conversation.