TIME: Wednesday, November 18, 2020, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM EST
PLATFORM: Zoom webinar (call-in information will be provided following event sign-up)
Combating climate change and communicable disease need not be geopolitically sensitive—as no single country can resolve them alone. The United States and China can continue to compete in contentious areas while joining together when it is in their overlapping (and overwhelming) interests. Such cooperation and collaboration would promote global stability and benefit not only the two countries, but also the world’s most vulnerable people.
Please join the National Committee on November 18, 7:00 p.m. EST, for a discussion with Margaret Hamburg (National Academy of Medicine), Ryan Hass (Brookings Institution), and Dr. Angel Hsu (Yale-NUS) as they consider the roles of the United States and China in addressing these two major transnational issues. The conversation will be moderated by Merit Janow (Columbia SIPA).