To: Graduate Students from PRC and Hong Kong SAR
From: John L. Holden, President, National Committee on U.S.-China
Harry Harding, Dean, Elliott School of International Affairs,
The George Washington University
Re: U.S. Foreign Policy Colloquium applications due March 15th
Students who will be graduating in Spring 2003 are still eligible to apply
for the program; only students from the PRC and Hong Kong SAR will be
considered; travel scholarships are limited and partial; students will hear
about their travel scholarship status when they receive their acceptance
letters. With those facts in mind, we hope that all interested students
will apply by March 15.
Below are the program basics; for more information and to download an
application, please refer to our website:
The U.S. Foreign Policy Colloquium is a three-day, in-depth examination of
American foreign policy that will feature many exciting, knowledgeable
speakers - former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, former Secretary of
Defense Robert McNamara, former Ambassador to the PRC Joseph Prueher, and
Vice President Gore's National Security Advisor Leon Fuerth, are among those
who have already confirmed. We also plan to have senior Administration
officials and at least one member of Congress speak as well. The program is
designed to be interactive; there will be ample opportunity for dialogue
with the speakers.
The weekend conference will take place June 5-8 in Washington, D.C.,
beginning with the keynote speech in the late afternoon of the 5th and
ending the with a farewell party on the evening of the 7th; there will be
optional sight seeing on the 8th.
Should you have any questions, please consult our website or contact us at
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U.S. Foreign Policy Colloquium
For graduate students from the PRC
June 5-8, 2003
The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations and the Elliott School of
International Affairs at The George Washington University invite you to
attend a three-day symposium on U.S. foreign policy. This exciting new
program provides a unique opportunity for Chinese graduate students studying
in the United States to explore the dynamics of American foreign policy
making, past and present. Students will engage with current and former
senior officials from places such as the State Department, the National
Security Council and Congress; foreign policy experts from think-tanks and
academia; influential media representatives; business leaders; lobbyists and
others. Non-specialists are encouraged to apply.
Madeleine Albright, former Secretary of State
Robert McNamara, former Secretary of Defense
Ambassadors Joseph Prueher and Karl Inderfurth, among others
- Panel discussions
- Break-out sessions
- Simulation exercise
- Visits to relevant sites in Washington, D.C.
Participants will be :
From any academic discipline
Interested in learning more about U.S. Foreign Policy
Room and board will be covered by conference organizers; some travel
scholarships are available.
Applications available through the National Committee website:
All applications due by March 15, 2003
This program is supported by a generous grant from The Coca-Cola Company.