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The U.S. Institute of Peace hosted a timely discussion and question-and-answer session with Ambassador Cui Tiankai of the People’s Republic of China.

Read the event coverage, China’s Ambassador Says Ties with U.S. Are No Longer 'Zero-Sum Game'

Ambassador Cui Tiankai, Stephen Hadley

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel's April visit to China and President Barack Obama's Asia trip soon thereafter underscored the importance of – and some of the tensions underlying – U.S.-China relations. The conversation was continued on Twitter with #USIPChina.

Kristin Lord, Welcoming Remarks
Acting President, U.S. Institute of Peace

Stephen Hadley, Moderator
Chairman of the Board, U.S. Institute of Peace

Amb. Cui Tiankai, Keynote Speaker
Ambassador of the People's Republic of China to the United States

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