Left to right: Robert Scalapino, Stephen A. Orlins, and Lucien Pye, at the 3 May 2006 NCUSCR program “Past as Prologue.” For more than forty years the National Committee on United States–China Relations has sponsored educational and outreach programs aimed to help Americans gain a deeper and more nuanced understanding of China. COURTESY OF NCUSCR.

The National Committee on United States–China Relations, founded in 1966 by a coalition of academic, civic, religious, and business leaders, is a

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By |2014-12-16T16:53:50-05:00January 23rd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, Governance|Comments Off on National Committee on United States–China Relations (Měi-Zhōng Guānxì Quánguó Wěiyuánhuì 美中关系全国委员会)|Měi-Zhōng Guānxì Quánguó Wěiyuánhuì 美中关系全国委员会 (National Committee on United States–China Relations)

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