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2nd US-China Youth Summit

Dialogue with Renmin University Scholars

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Date: March 21 (Saturday), 2009
Time: 6:00PM – 8:00PM
Place: Charlie Chiang's Van Ness-UDC (蓉园)
4250 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008, (202) 966-1916/1942
Metro Accessible: Take the Red Line to Van Ness-UDC. Exit on the West Side. Walk straight ahead less than a block and the restaurant will be
on the left (at the corner of Connecticut Ave and Windom Place).
Capacity: 10 participants (RSVP required)
Fee: Cost will be shared by participants except professor Jin.

金灿荣教授,中国人民大学国际关系学院副院长, 博士生导师。他也是前密歇根大学福特公共关系学院访问教授。清华大学伟伦讲座教授。


金教授所研究的领域包括:中美关系,美国国会政治,美国外交。他完成了 50余篇论文,7本书,以及五本翻译著作, 其中包括克林顿的《希望与历史之间》,基辛格的《大外交》。


Dr. Jin Canrong is a professor and Associate Dean with the School of International Studies at Renmin University of China. He is also a
visiting professor at the Gerald Ford School of Public Policy, University of Michigan, and the "Weilun" Chair Professor at Tsinghua

His education background includes a BA from Shanghai Fudan University in political science, a MA from the Graduate School of Chinese Academy
of Social Sciences (CASS), and a PhD from the School of International Studies at Peking University. Before joining Renmin University, he
worked for the Institute of American Studies at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) from 1987 to 2002. He has traveled to over 20
countries or regions so far.

His studies focus on American politics (US Congress in particular), American foreign policy, Sino-US relations and China's foreign policy
and his main publications include 50 academic papers, 7 books and 5 translated books, including Liberal Tradition in America by Louis
Hart; Between Hope and History by President Bill Clinton and Diplomacy by Henry Kissinger. As the first columnist in international politics
in the mainland China, Dr. Jin wrote for the column of "Focusing on America" on World Affairs (a half-monthly), from 1995 to 1998.

His social positions include: Vice President of China National Association of International Studies; Adviser of the policy planning
office at the National People's Congress; Standing Councilor of China Reform Forum, etc.