I am Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison, Wisconsin. Currently, I serve as president of Wisconsin Cares, Inc., an organization devoted to public policy formation, and I have been president of 3 professional organizations. Additionally, I have written over 150 professional publications and 13 books. The China-America Alliance is my book that explores the benefits of expanding American and Chinese collaboration.
In the 1980s, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW), a nonpartisan federation of medical organizations in 64 countries, played a role in raising the Iron Curtain between the Soviet Union and the Western world. As a member of IPPNW, I participated in the behind-the-scenes interactions between physicians in the Soviet Union and the United States that helped to resolve tensions between the two nations. With my new book, I hope to show how America and China can help resolve world problems by working together.
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