Track Two Diplomacy
CCG pays close attention to international relations, promotes China and globalization, actively engages in international exchange, and gives full play to its role as a "Track II diplomacy" think tank. Our think tank organizes sub-forums, bilateral and multilateral events, roundtables, banquets and other activities at major international policy and opinion exchange platforms such as the Paris Peace Forum, the World Economic Forum and the Munich Security Conference to promote dialogue and build consensus among international political, business and academic circles. CCG actively engages in "Track II Diplomacy" with the policy, think tank and business communities of various countries, conducts annual research and exchanges in multiple countries, promotes interaction between Chinese and foreign parties, and maintains communication channels with the policymaking parties of various countries.
The CCG’s ‘track-II’ diplomacy in America (VIII) – Exchanging ideas with the members of the House of Representatives
On Oct 3, as China’s leading independent think tank, the team from Center for China and Globalization (CCG) held a meeting with the members of the House of Representatives, Rick Larsen and Terra Sabag.May 28 , 2019
The CCG’s ‘track-II’ diplomacy in America (VII) – CCG invited the representatives of many world-class think tanks in America to a breakfast meeting in Washington D.C.
On the morning of Oct 3, the team from the Center for China and Globalization (CCG) held a breakfast meeting with the representatives of many world-class think tanks in Washington D.C.. They shared views on the economic and trade relations between China and America.May 28 , 2019
The CCG’s ‘track-II’ diplomacy in America (VI) – CCG organized a symposium on the economy, trade, and investment in China and the United States on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C.
To explore the opportunities and challenges for the development of China and America’s economy, trade and investment, and improve the investment environment for Chinese companies, as China’s leading independent think tank, the team of Center for China and Globalization (CCG) organized a roundtable discussion surrounding ‘the bilateral investment of China and America: opportunities and challenges’ at Capitol Hill.May 28 , 2019
The CCG’s ‘track-II’ diplomacy in America (V) – CCG paid a return visit to AEI, one of the most important think tanks of the Trump’s government
On May 18, 2017, a team from AEI was invited by CCG to visit China and the two groups co-organized a symposium around the economic and trade development of China and America. Seven resident scholars, senior researchers, and researchers from AEI expressed their opinions on the issues including Trump’s presidency, the two economies’ interdependence and interaction, the trade between China and America and the communication between the two countries after Mar-a-Lago summit’. They analyzed the current situation and the future development of China and America’s relations and predicted the opportunities and challenges for the two countries’ economy and trade. Through their efforts, the two countries strengthened their communications and deepened their mutual trust.May 28 , 2019
The CCG’s ‘track-II’ diplomacy in America (IV) – Visiting the Consulate- General of China in New York
On Sep 29, the team of CCG visited the Consulate-General of China in New York and held an in-depth conversation with the Counselor of the Economic and Commercial Section of the Consulate-General of China, Zhou Shanqing and the Monday Consular, Zhou Yi. The conversation covered issues including Chinese and American economic relations, investment policies, and development of Chinese nongovernmental think tanks.May 28 , 2019
The CCG’s ‘track-II’ diplomacy’ in America (III) – Exploring the cooperation opportunities for Chinese and American think tanks with Asia Society
On the afternoon of Sep 29, CCG visited the headquarter of Asia Society in New York and exchanged opinions on issues such as the development of think tanks in both countries and the two parties’ future cooperation and regional governance. Josette Sheeran, the President and CEO of Asia Society, Debra Eisenman, the Executive Director of Asia Society Policy Institute, Jackson Edwin, the Director of Asia Development, Jeff Wang, the Program Director of China Learning Initiatives of Asia Society, Minyoung Shin, the Senior Researcher of Asia Development as well as Patrick Ingle, the Special Assistant and Advisor of the Head of Asia Society Research Institute joined in the meeting.May 28 , 2019
The CCG’s ‘track-II’ diplomacy’ in America (II) – CCG organized a roundtable discussion with the business community of New York and Committee of 100
On Sep 29, CCG organized a lunch meeting with regards ‘China-U.S. Relations: the Future of Win-win Cooperation’ in Manhattan, New York. Officials from Consulate-General of China, representatives of Chinese companies and relevant scholars were invited to the meeting and they shared their opinions on the investment of China and America, the two countries’ economic and trade relation and the Chinese companies’ development in America.May 27 , 2019