J. Stapleton Roy, Ambassador in Residence at Troy University, "The United States and China: A New Type of Great Power Relationship."

  • 13 Nov 2018
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Gold Room, 2nd Floor, Whitley Hall, Troy University Montgomery, 231 Montgomery St. Montgomery, AL
  • 138


  • Family (2); Supporter (2+1 guest); Diplomat (2+2 guest); Counselor (2+3 guest); Ambassador (2+4 guest); President's Circle (2+5 guest); Sponsor (2+6 guest) Please click the the [Add guest] button for all that are attending, even for a spouse who is also a member.


Ambassador Roy is the Founding Director Emeritus and a Distinguished Scholar at the Wilson Center's Kissinger Institute on China and the United States. From watching the Chinese civil war from the roof of his school, to participating in the secret negotiations to establish US-PRC diplomatic relations, to serving as Assistant Secretary of State for Intelligence and Research, Roy has lived through, navigated and studied the development of China and modern Asia for more than 70 years. Holding the rank of Career Ambassador, he has served as the top US envoy to Singapore, China and Indonesia. A fluent Mandarin-speaker, Roy is widely quoted on political developments in China and East Asia. 

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