U.S.-China Relations Amid a Shifting Global Order: 2022 Members Program with Paul Haenle, Ben Harburg, Elizabeth Knup, and Nancy Yao 

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TIME: Tuesday, May 24, 2022, 8:00 PM - 9:15 PM EDT 

PLATFORM: Zoom Webinar (call-in information will be provided following event sign-up)

DESCRIPTION: The U.S.-China relationship is arguably at its most fraught since Richard Nixon’s overtures to the PRC fifty years ago, with challenges in many realms including the economic, political, ideological, and military. Is it possible to forge a path forward that recognizes the need for cooperation in areas critical for the planet, such as climate change and nuclear proliferation, while managing intense competition in other fields?  


Join four directors of the National Committee, Paul Haenle, Ben Harburg, Elizabeth Knup, and Nancy Yao at 8:00 p.m. on May 24 for our annual members program as they consider the past, present, and future of the bilateral relationship from the perspectives of business, think tanks, foundations, and cultural institutions. 


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