Cyberspace and
U.S.–China Relations


A conference on April 12, 2017
Paul Tsai China Center
Yale Law School
Sterling Law Building, Room 122

Details

About the Conference on Cyberspace and U.S.–China Relations


On April 12, 2017, the Paul Tsai China Center at Yale Law School is convening a half-day public event on cyberspace and technology policy issues in U.S.–China relations.

Agenda


08:30–09:00

Breakfast available

Welcome remarks begin at 09:00.

09:00–10:30

Panel I: Digital Economy and Data Protection

• Rogier Creemers, University of Leiden

• Yanqing Hong, Internet Development Research Institute, Peking University

• Jeffrey Kessler, WilmerHale

• Emily Parker, Author, Now I Know Who My Comrades Are: Voices From the Internet Underground

• Moderator: Graham Webster, Paul Tsai China Center, Yale Law School

10:40–12:00

Panel II: Cyber Deterrence and New Technologies

• Cuihong Cai, Center for American Studies, Fudan University

• Tianjiao Jiang, Fudan University and George Washington University

• Jan Kallberg, Army Cyber Institute, West Point

• Elsa Kania, Long Term Strategy Group

• Lu Chuanying, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies

12:10–13:00

Keynote conversation: Digital Trade and the Future of U.S.–China Relations
Ambassador Charlene Barshefsky

Senior International Partner, WilmerHale and former U.S. Trade Representative
Lunch provided