Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs
China Initiative

Student Meeting with Former U.S. Diplomat James Green '92

Thursday, February 20, 2020

12:00pm – 1:30pm

Leung Conference Room, Stephen Robert '62 Hall, 280 Brook Street

This event is for students only. Registration is full.

Join James Green '92, a former U.S. diplomat to China, podcast host, and senior fellow at Georgetown University for a lunchtime conversation. Topics will cover U.S./China relations, trade, and careers in diplomacy. Lunch will be provided, registration required.

James Green, a senior fellow at Georgetown University, is the creator/host of the U.S.-China Dialogue Podcast and a senior advisor at the global consulting firm McLarty Associates. Mr. Green has worked for over two decades on U.S.-China relations for the U.S. Government and in the private sector. From 2013-2018, he served as the Minister Counselor for Trade Affairs (USTR) at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing where he addressed market access barriers, technology policy, and investment restrictions.  In addition to his government service on National Security Council and on the Secretary of State's Policy Planning Staff, Mr. Green ran the government relations department at the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai and was a senior vice president at an international consultancy. Mr. Green graduated from Brown University with honors and holds a masters degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, DC.  He speaks proficient Mandarin (as well as passable Italian) and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area

Registration is full.