November 16, 2017: Vice President of the World's Leading Think Tank Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Research and Famous Expert on China Douglas H. Paal Visited the Pangoal Institution
November 16, 2017: Vice President of the World's Leading Think Tank Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Research and Famous Expert on China Douglas H. Paal Visited the Pangoal Institution

On November 16th, Vice President of the World's Leading Think Tank Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Research and Former Vice Chairman of JPMorgan Chase International Douglas H. Paal visited the Pangoal Institution. He and Pangoal’s scholars exchanged views on China-U.S. Relations, regional situation, global governance and cooperation with think tanks.


President of the Pangoal Institution Yi Peng welcomed the arrival of Mr. Douglas H. Paal and his entourage. He also introduced the basic situation and development history of the Pangoal Institution. In particular, he introduced Pangoal’s efforts to promote Sino-US relations and Northeast Asia’s stability through civil diplomatic practice in recent years. Mr. Douglas expressed his thanks for the invitation of President Yi Peng. He believes that the Pangoal Institution made many impressive achievements in less than four years since its establishment and is an excellent representative of the new Chinese think tank. Subsequently, President Yi Peng and Mr. Douglas continued to discuss the achievements of Trump's visit to China, the Sino-U.S. Relations and the situation in Northeast Asia.


president Yi Peng met with Mr. Douglas H. Paal

During the discussion, Wang Dong, Secretary-General of Academic Committee, the Pangoal Institution and Deputy Executive Director, Institute for China-US People-to-People Exchange, Peking University introduced the research center established by the Pangoal Institution, important events hosted by the Pangoal Institution and Global Governance Think Tank Network and so on. Mr. Douglas listened attentively to the introduction by Secretary-General Wang Dong and believed that the achievements emphasizing practicality and timeliness as well as the forward-looking goals are very commendable. In the future, it is believed that the Pangoal Institution will surely have a bright future. Meanwhile, Mr. Douglas hopes to continue to strengthen inter-agency ties with Pangoal in the future and jointly conduct research in areas of mutual concern.

Introduction of Mr. Douglas H. Paal

Vice President for Studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; He served as the director of the American Institute in Taiwan from 2002 to 2006 and worked on the National Security Council staffs of Presidents Reagan and George H. W. Bush between 1986 and 1993 as director of Asian Affairs, senior director, and special assistant to the President. He was vice chairman of JPMorgan Chase International from 2006 to 2008.

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