A Joint Course on Sino-American Relations Simultaneously Taught at Stanford University & Peking University
*This course may be taught in 2019-20. Once additional details are available, an update will be posted on this page.
This course will be taught simultaneously on the campuses of Stanford University and Peking University and will feature a lecture series in which prominent American and Chinese scholars provide presentations that focus on key global security issues. Course content will highlight topics relevant to current U.S.-China relations and their respective roles in Asian and global security. Proposed lecture topics include: an introduction to U.S.-China relations; finance, trade, and investment; cyber security; nonproliferation; maritime security; terrorism; governance; and energy and the environment.
This course is open to graduate students and a select number of undergraduates.
All students seeking enrollment in this seminar must complete the EASTASN 285 Enrollment Application Form in full to be considered for admission. Please fill in the requested bio information and provide brief responses to the three application questions. Please limit your responses to the questions in Part II to no more than 300 words per question. No additional materials, including resumes, writing samples, etc, will be accepted or reviewed. Applications that are incomplete or do not follow these instructions will not be considered. Selected students will receive an enrollment code prior to the start of classes.
To preview the course, please see the following video.
NOTE: For East Asian Studies M.A. students, this course is pre-approved as a required content course, despite being offered as Pass/Fail for two units.