I'll be speaking at this event in D.C. on June 28. My answer to the question in the title will of course be no. Hope to see some of you at the event!
Ever since Deng Xiaoping launched his reforms in 1978, "openness" (对外开放) has been a central tenet of Chinese policy. While the actual degree of China's openness has varied from time to time and sector to sector over the past 38 years, the trend toward greater liberalization of society, institutions, and the economy has been clear.
Please join us for a discussion of the future of American NGO’s, corporations, and media in Xi’s China.
Moderator: Robert Daly, Director, Kissinger Institute on China and the United States