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Creighton Students Share Their Perspectives on Asian American Culture
The Asian World Center is proudly presenting the stories and perspectives of six Creighton students who will share their appreciation of Asian American culture virtually. The panel is organized by the Asian World Center, with support from the Department of Political Science and International Relations and the University Non-Western Study Program.
Asian World Center Celebrates 16th Annual Asian Culture Week Online
With support from the University Non-Western Study Grant and sponsorship from the Department of Political Science and International Relations, the Asian World Center is proudly celebrating the accomplishments of Asian Americans for its 16th Annual Asian Culture Week in a fully virtual experience! This week includes an online photo exhibition, a visual documentary screening, and web-based stories of Asian Americans selected for their dedication to the nation and contributions in their respected fields.
Dr. Jiang Shares Views on Future US-China Relations at NEWAC Webinar
At a Nebraska World Affairs Council Webinar on October 21, 2020, Maorong Jiang joined political science professor Hannah Kim of the University of Nebraska at Omaha, and shared his views on the future relations between the US and China. Jiang states that both the US and China need to “reset” their relationship, an important and vital step before jumping to the simple assumption that the US and China will have to either reengage or decouple from each other. He suggests that the US must intentionally and purposefully nurture a developing China, with its state-run capitalism and socialist system under authoritarian rule, as a global partner serving US long term strategic objectives. Jiang's talk was part of the research project supported by the grant from the US Department of Homeland Security.
Dr. Jiang’s Article Referenced by Harvard National Security Fellowship Program Paper
Dr. Maorong Jiang’s influential article, “A Flexible Framework to Achieve Strategic Objectives in US-China Policy,” included in the 2019 DOD/SNI Strategic Multilayer Assessment White Paper: “Chinese Strategic Intentions: A Deep Dive into China’s Worldwide Activities,” was referenced by Harvard National Security Fellow Jason Begley in the September Paper of 2020 entitled “Winning Strategic Competition in the Indo-Pacific,” published by the National Security Fellowship Program of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard Kennedy School.