China Seminar | 13 May 1993

The Clinton Administration's Policy Toward China

Paul H. Kreisberg Paul H. Kreisberg

A veteran Foreign Service Officer, Mr. Paul H. Kreisberg has seen distinguished service in India, Pakistan, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Tanzania from 1952 to 1981. In Washington his assignments included being Director of Asian Communist Affairs and Senior Deputy Director of the Policy Planning Staff. He was Director of Studies and Research for the Council on Foreign Relations in New York (1981-87) and a Senior Associate of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington (1987-91). Since 1991 he has been a Senior Visiting Fellow at East-West Center.

Mr. Kreisberg’s most recent publication is a report on “Threat Perceptions in Asia and Role of the Major Powers,” and forthcoming chapters on “Chinese Negotiating Style” and “Asian Responses to a Military Threat to Taiwan.” He is also at work on a book on India at the start of the next century.