Briefing On Actions Taken to Counter PRC Influence Operations

Briefing With Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs David R. Stilwell and Acting Director of the Office of Foreign Missions Clifton C. Seagroves On Actions Taken to Counter PRC Influence Operations SPECIAL BRIEFING DAVID R. STILWELL, ASSISTANT SECRETARY BUREAU OF EAST ASIAN AND PACIFIC AFFAIRS CLIFF SEAGROVES, DIRECTOR, ACTING OFFICE OF FOREIGN ...
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Assistant Secretary David R. Stilwell’s Participation in the East Asia Summit 2020

Assistant Secretary David R. Stilwell’s Participation in the East Asia Summit 2020 Senior Officials Meeting 07/23/2020 04:29 PM EDT Office of the Spokesperson Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs David R. Stilwell participated in the East Asia Summit (EAS) 2020 Senior Officials Meeting that was held via videoconference on July 20, ...
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U.S.–China Bilateral Relations: The Lessons of History

Introduction Good afternoon. Thank you to CSIS for inviting me – and for rescheduling this speech after I had to miss our initial date last week. The title of my remarks is “U.S.-China Bilateral Relations: The Lessons of History.” There is a well-known Chinese idiom, “Seek truth from facts.” Today I’d like to apply this ...
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Keeping the Memory Alive

It is important to continue to study and honor the shared history of the United States and China during World War II. Here you can view photos from U.S. Consulate Chengdu’s visits to historic sites around Southwest China. If you are interested in visiting historic WWII sites in Southwest China, below are a list of ...
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General Joseph W. Stilwell

Following the bombing of Pearl Harbor by Japan on December 7, 1941, the United States officially entered the Second World War. In early 1942, President Franklin Roosevelt dispatched General Joseph Stilwell to China to advise the Chinese and coordinate Allied forces in the region. Among American generals, Stilwell was already known as an experienced China ...
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