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How bad is the China-US relationship?
- Graham Webster (Senior Fellow, US–China Relations, The China Center, at Yale Law School)
We will be organizing this event in New York City on 4 September 2014 at 8:00pm. If interested in attending please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you.
Senior Fellow, US–China Relations, The China Center, at Yale Law School
Graham Webster is a Senior Fellow, US–China Relations, The China Center, at Yale Law School. He is also an Adjunct Instructor in East Asian politics at NYU’s Center for Global Affairs. He just returned to the US from two years working in Beijing. He researches US–China relations, East Asian politics, and technology and society. Specifically, he has focused on China’s online public sphere, e-government in China, Sino-Japanese relations, cybersecurity, and the history of the telegraph in Asia.
At the Yale Law School China Center, he manages high-level Track II dialogues between US and Chinese former officials on security and economic issues. In the past, he worked at the Center for American Progress and consulted for the Natural Resources Defense Council China Program, the National Bureau of Asian Research, and the Clinton Global Initiative. A former journalist, he was the author of a CNET News blog on China and technology and has written for numerous publications.
He holds a MA in East Asian Studies from Harvard University and a BS in journalism and international studies from Northwestern University. His website is gwbstr.com, and he is on Twitter at @gwbstr.