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The first two years of Donald Trump’s presidency have coincided with an intensification in competition between the United States and China. Across nearly every facet of the relationship—trade, investment, technological innovation, military dialogue, academic exchange, relations with Taiwan, the South China Sea—tensions have risen and cooperation has waned. To some observers, the more competitive nature of U.S.-China relations was long in the making; to others, it is the outgrowth of recent decisions made by leaders in Washington and Beijing.

On Tuesday, October 30, Evan Osnos will moderate a public debate about the future of U.S.-China relations. Two teams of distinguished experts will examine whether or not U.S. and Chinese interests are “fundamentally incompatible,” as a recent survey by Foreign Affairs posed. Both sides will consider areas where U.S. and Chinese vital interests converge and diverge, whether each country’s national ambitions are reconcilable with the other’s goals, how the United States can best manage great power competition with China, and how domestic politics factor in within each country.

This special event is cohosted by the John L. Thornton China Center at Brookings and the Paul Tsai China Center at Yale Law School.

AGENDA

Introduction

John R. Allen

President

The Brookings Institution

Moderator

Evan Osnos

Nonresident Fellow - Foreign Policy,John L. Thornton China Center

Panelists

Evan Medeiros

Penner Family Chair in Asian Studies - Georgetown University

Thomas Wright

Director - Center on the United States and Europe

Senior Fellow - Foreign Policy, Project on International Order and Strategy

DavidM. Lampton

Hyman Professor and Director of China Studies Emeritus - Johns Hopkins University SAIS

Susan A. Thornton

SeniorFellow - Paul Tsai China Center, Yale Law School

Former Acting Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs -U.S. Department of State

Webcast

Scan this QR code to register for webcast. Please note that this event will start at 3:30 p.m. (EDT), October 30, 2018.

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UPCOMING EVENT

The first two years of Donald Trump’s presidency have coincided with an intensification in competition between the United States and China. Across nearly every facet of the relationship—trade, investment, technological innovation, military dialogue, academic exchange, relations with Taiwan, the South China Sea—tensions have risen and cooperation has waned. To some observers, the more competitive nature of U.S.-China relations was long in the making; to others, it is the outgrowth of recent decisions made by leaders in Washington and Beijing.

On Tuesday, October 30, Evan Osnos will moderate a public debate about the future of U.S.-China relations. Two teams of distinguished experts will examine whether or not U.S. and Chinese interests are “fundamentally incompatible,” as a recent survey by Foreign Affairs posed. Both sides will consider areas where U.S. and Chinese vital interests converge and diverge, whether each country’s national ambitions are reconcilable with the other’s goals, how the United States can best manage great power competition with China, and how domestic politics factor in within each country.

This special event is cohosted by the John L. Thornton China Center at Brookings and the Paul Tsai China Center at Yale Law School.

AGENDA

Introduction

John R. Allen

President

The Brookings Institution

Moderator

Evan Osnos

Nonresident Fellow - Foreign Policy,John L. Thornton China Center

Panelists

Evan Medeiros

Penner Family Chair in Asian Studies - Georgetown University

Thomas Wright

Director - Center on the United States and Europe

Senior Fellow - Foreign Policy, Project on International Order and Strategy

DavidM. Lampton

Hyman Professor and Director of China Studies Emeritus - Johns Hopkins University SAIS

Susan A. Thornton

SeniorFellow - Paul Tsai China Center, Yale Law School

Former Acting Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs -U.S. Department of State

Webcast

Scan this QR code to register for webcast. Please note that this event will start at 3:30 p.m. (EDT), October 30, 2018.

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UPCOMING EVENT

The first two years of Donald Trump’s presidency have coincided with an intensification in competition between the United States and China. Across nearly every facet of the relationship—trade, investment, technological innovation, military dialogue, academic exchange, relations with Taiwan, the South China Sea—tensions have risen and cooperation has waned. To some observers, the more competitive nature of U.S.-China relations was long in the making; to others, it is the outgrowth of recent decisions made by leaders in Washington and Beijing.

On Tuesday, October 30, Evan Osnos will moderate a public debate about the future of U.S.-China relations. Two teams of distinguished experts will examine whether or not U.S. and Chinese interests are “fundamentally incompatible,” as a recent survey by Foreign Affairs posed. Both sides will consider areas where U.S. and Chinese vital interests converge and diverge, whether each country’s national ambitions are reconcilable with the other’s goals, how the United States can best manage great power competition with China, and how domestic politics factor in within each country.

This special event is cohosted by the John L. Thornton China Center at Brookings and the Paul Tsai China Center at Yale Law School.

AGENDA

Introduction

John R. Allen

President

The Brookings Institution

Moderator

Evan Osnos

Nonresident Fellow - Foreign Policy,John L. Thornton China Center

Panelists

Evan Medeiros

Penner Family Chair in Asian Studies - Georgetown University

Thomas Wright

Director - Center on the United States and Europe

Senior Fellow - Foreign Policy, Project on International Order and Strategy

DavidM. Lampton

Hyman Professor and Director of China Studies Emeritus - Johns Hopkins University SAIS

Susan A. Thornton

SeniorFellow - Paul Tsai China Center, Yale Law School

Former Acting Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs -U.S. Department of State

Webcast

Scan this QR code to register for webcast. Please note that this event will start at 3:30 p.m. (EDT), October 30, 2018.

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责任编辑:

UPCOMING EVENT

The first two years of Donald Trump’s presidency have coincided with an intensification in competition between the United States and China. Across nearly every facet of the relationship—trade, investment, technological innovation, military dialogue, academic exchange, relations with Taiwan, the South China Sea—tensions have risen and cooperation has waned. To some observers, the more competitive nature of U.S.-China relations was long in the making; to others, it is the outgrowth of recent decisions made by leaders in Washington and Beijing.

On Tuesday, October 30, Evan Osnos will moderate a public debate about the future of U.S.-China relations. Two teams of distinguished experts will examine whether or not U.S. and Chinese interests are “fundamentally incompatible,” as a recent survey by Foreign Affairs posed. Both sides will consider areas where U.S. and Chinese vital interests converge and diverge, whether each country’s national ambitions are reconcilable with the other’s goals, how the United States can best manage great power competition with China, and how domestic politics factor in within each country.

This special event is cohosted by the John L. Thornton China Center at Brookings and the Paul Tsai China Center at Yale Law School.

AGENDA

Introduction

John R. Allen

President

The Brookings Institution

Moderator

Evan Osnos

Nonresident Fellow - Foreign Policy,John L. Thornton China Center

Panelists

Evan Medeiros

Penner Family Chair in Asian Studies - Georgetown University

Thomas Wright

Director - Center on the United States and Europe

Senior Fellow - Foreign Policy, Project on International Order and Strategy

DavidM. Lampton

Hyman Professor and Director of China Studies Emeritus - Johns Hopkins University SAIS

Susan A. Thornton

SeniorFellow - Paul Tsai China Center, Yale Law School

Former Acting Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs -U.S. Department of State

Webcast

Scan this QR code to register for webcast. Please note that this event will start at 3:30 p.m. (EDT), October 30, 2018.

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责任编辑:

UPCOMING EVENT

The first two years of Donald Trump’s presidency have coincided with an intensification in competition between the United States and China. Across nearly every facet of the relationship—trade, investment, technological innovation, military dialogue, academic exchange, relations with Taiwan, the South China Sea—tensions have risen and cooperation has waned. To some observers, the more competitive nature of U.S.-China relations was long in the making; to others, it is the outgrowth of recent decisions made by leaders in Washington and Beijing.

On Tuesday, October 30, Evan Osnos will moderate a public debate about the future of U.S.-China relations. Two teams of distinguished experts will examine whether or not U.S. and Chinese interests are “fundamentally incompatible,” as a recent survey by Foreign Affairs posed. Both sides will consider areas where U.S. and Chinese vital interests converge and diverge, whether each country’s national ambitions are reconcilable with the other’s goals, how the United States can best manage great power competition with China, and how domestic politics factor in within each country.

This special event is cohosted by the John L. Thornton China Center at Brookings and the Paul Tsai China Center at Yale Law School.

AGENDA

Introduction

John R. Allen

President

The Brookings Institution

Moderator

Evan Osnos

Nonresident Fellow - Foreign Policy,John L. Thornton China Center

Panelists

Evan Medeiros

Penner Family Chair in Asian Studies - Georgetown University

Thomas Wright

Director - Center on the United States and Europe

Senior Fellow - Foreign Policy, Project on International Order and Strategy

DavidM. Lampton

Hyman Professor and Director of China Studies Emeritus - Johns Hopkins University SAIS

Susan A. Thornton

SeniorFellow - Paul Tsai China Center, Yale Law School

Former Acting Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs -U.S. Department of State

Webcast

Scan this QR code to register for webcast. Please note that this event will start at 3:30 p.m. (EDT), October 30, 2018.

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责任编辑:

UPCOMING EVENT

The first two years of Donald Trump’s presidency have coincided with an intensification in competition between the United States and China. Across nearly every facet of the relationship—trade, investment, technological innovation, military dialogue, academic exchange, relations with Taiwan, the South China Sea—tensions have risen and cooperation has waned. To some observers, the more competitive nature of U.S.-China relations was long in the making; to others, it is the outgrowth of recent decisions made by leaders in Washington and Beijing.

On Tuesday, October 30, Evan Osnos will moderate a public debate about the future of U.S.-China relations. Two teams of distinguished experts will examine whether or not U.S. and Chinese interests are “fundamentally incompatible,” as a recent survey by Foreign Affairs posed. Both sides will consider areas where U.S. and Chinese vital interests converge and diverge, whether each country’s national ambitions are reconcilable with the other’s goals, how the United States can best manage great power competition with China, and how domestic politics factor in within each country.

This special event is cohosted by the John L. Thornton China Center at Brookings and the Paul Tsai China Center at Yale Law School.

AGENDA

Introduction

John R. Allen

President

The Brookings Institution

Moderator

Evan Osnos

Nonresident Fellow - Foreign Policy,John L. Thornton China Center

Panelists

Evan Medeiros

Penner Family Chair in Asian Studies - Georgetown University

Thomas Wright

Director - Center on the United States and Europe

Senior Fellow - Foreign Policy, Project on International Order and Strategy

DavidM. Lampton

Hyman Professor and Director of China Studies Emeritus - Johns Hopkins University SAIS

Susan A. Thornton

SeniorFellow - Paul Tsai China Center, Yale Law School

Former Acting Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs -U.S. Department of State

Webcast

Scan this QR code to register for webcast. Please note that this event will start at 3:30 p.m. (EDT), October 30, 2018.

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责任编辑:

UPCOMING EVENT

The first two years of Donald Trump’s presidency have coincided with an intensification in competition between the United States and China. Across nearly every facet of the relationship—trade, investment, technological innovation, military dialogue, academic exchange, relations with Taiwan, the South China Sea—tensions have risen and cooperation has waned. To some observers, the more competitive nature of U.S.-China relations was long in the making; to others, it is the outgrowth of recent decisions made by leaders in Washington and Beijing.

On Tuesday, October 30, Evan Osnos will moderate a public debate about the future of U.S.-China relations. Two teams of distinguished experts will examine whether or not U.S. and Chinese interests are “fundamentally incompatible,” as a recent survey by Foreign Affairs posed. Both sides will consider areas where U.S. and Chinese vital interests converge and diverge, whether each country’s national ambitions are reconcilable with the other’s goals, how the United States can best manage great power competition with China, and how domestic politics factor in within each country.

This special event is cohosted by the John L. Thornton China Center at Brookings and the Paul Tsai China Center at Yale Law School.

AGENDA

Introduction

John R. Allen

President

The Brookings Institution

Moderator

Evan Osnos

Nonresident Fellow - Foreign Policy,John L. Thornton China Center

Panelists

Evan Medeiros

Penner Family Chair in Asian Studies - Georgetown University

Thomas Wright

Director - Center on the United States and Europe

Senior Fellow - Foreign Policy, Project on International Order and Strategy

DavidM. Lampton

Hyman Professor and Director of China Studies Emeritus - Johns Hopkins University SAIS

Susan A. Thornton

SeniorFellow - Paul Tsai China Center, Yale Law School

Former Acting Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs -U.S. Department of State

Webcast

Scan this QR code to register for webcast. Please note that this event will start at 3:30 p.m. (EDT), October 30, 2018.

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责任编辑:

UPCOMING EVENT

The first two years of Donald Trump’s presidency have coincided with an intensification in competition between the United States and China. Across nearly every facet of the relationship—trade, investment, technological innovation, military dialogue, academic exchange, relations with Taiwan, the South China Sea—tensions have risen and cooperation has waned. To some observers, the more competitive nature of U.S.-China relations was long in the making; to others, it is the outgrowth of recent decisions made by leaders in Washington and Beijing.

On Tuesday, October 30, Evan Osnos will moderate a public debate about the future of U.S.-China relations. Two teams of distinguished experts will examine whether or not U.S. and Chinese interests are “fundamentally incompatible,” as a recent survey by Foreign Affairs posed. Both sides will consider areas where U.S. and Chinese vital interests converge and diverge, whether each country’s national ambitions are reconcilable with the other’s goals, how the United States can best manage great power competition with China, and how domestic politics factor in within each country.

This special event is cohosted by the John L. Thornton China Center at Brookings and the Paul Tsai China Center at Yale Law School.

AGENDA

Introduction

John R. Allen

President

The Brookings Institution

Moderator

Evan Osnos

Nonresident Fellow - Foreign Policy,John L. Thornton China Center

Panelists

Evan Medeiros

Penner Family Chair in Asian Studies - Georgetown University

Thomas Wright

Director - Center on the United States and Europe

Senior Fellow - Foreign Policy, Project on International Order and Strategy

DavidM. Lampton

Hyman Professor and Director of China Studies Emeritus - Johns Hopkins University SAIS

Susan A. Thornton

SeniorFellow - Paul Tsai China Center, Yale Law School

Former Acting Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs -U.S. Department of State

Webcast

Scan this QR code to register for webcast. Please note that this event will start at 3:30 p.m. (EDT), October 30, 2018.

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UPCOMING EVENT

The first two years of Donald Trump’s presidency have coincided with an intensification in competition between the United States and China. Across nearly every facet of the relationship—trade, investment, technological innovation, military dialogue, academic exchange, relations with Taiwan, the South China Sea—tensions have risen and cooperation has waned. To some observers, the more competitive nature of U.S.-China relations was long in the making; to others, it is the outgrowth of recent decisions made by leaders in Washington and Beijing.

On Tuesday, October 30, Evan Osnos will moderate a public debate about the future of U.S.-China relations. Two teams of distinguished experts will examine whether or not U.S. and Chinese interests are “fundamentally incompatible,” as a recent survey by Foreign Affairs posed. Both sides will consider areas where U.S. and Chinese vital interests converge and diverge, whether each country’s national ambitions are reconcilable with the other’s goals, how the United States can best manage great power competition with China, and how domestic politics factor in within each country.

This special event is cohosted by the John L. Thornton China Center at Brookings and the Paul Tsai China Center at Yale Law School.

AGENDA

Introduction

John R. Allen

President

The Brookings Institution

Moderator

Evan Osnos

Nonresident Fellow - Foreign Policy,John L. Thornton China Center

Panelists

Evan Medeiros

Penner Family Chair in Asian Studies - Georgetown University

Thomas Wright

Director - Center on the United States and Europe

Senior Fellow - Foreign Policy, Project on International Order and Strategy

DavidM. Lampton

Hyman Professor and Director of China Studies Emeritus - Johns Hopkins University SAIS

Susan A. Thornton

SeniorFellow - Paul Tsai China Center, Yale Law School

Former Acting Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs -U.S. Department of State

Webcast

Scan this QR code to register for webcast. Please note that this event will start at 3:30 p.m. (EDT), October 30, 2018.

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UPCOMING EVENT

The first two years of Donald Trump’s presidency have coincided with an intensification in competition between the United States and China. Across nearly every facet of the relationship—trade, investment, technological innovation, military dialogue, academic exchange, relations with Taiwan, the South China Sea—tensions have risen and cooperation has waned. To some observers, the more competitive nature of U.S.-China relations was long in the making; to others, it is the outgrowth of recent decisions made by leaders in Washington and Beijing.

On Tuesday, October 30, Evan Osnos will moderate a public debate about the future of U.S.-China relations. Two teams of distinguished experts will examine whether or not U.S. and Chinese interests are “fundamentally incompatible,” as a recent survey by Foreign Affairs posed. Both sides will consider areas where U.S. and Chinese vital interests converge and diverge, whether each country’s national ambitions are reconcilable with the other’s goals, how the United States can best manage great power competition with China, and how domestic politics factor in within each country.

This special event is cohosted by the John L. Thornton China Center at Brookings and the Paul Tsai China Center at Yale Law School.

AGENDA

Introduction

John R. Allen

President

The Brookings Institution

Moderator

Evan Osnos

Nonresident Fellow - Foreign Policy,John L. Thornton China Center

Panelists

Evan Medeiros

Penner Family Chair in Asian Studies - Georgetown University

Thomas Wright

Director - Center on the United States and Europe

Senior Fellow - Foreign Policy, Project on International Order and Strategy

DavidM. Lampton

Hyman Professor and Director of China Studies Emeritus - Johns Hopkins University SAIS

Susan A. Thornton

SeniorFellow - Paul Tsai China Center, Yale Law School

Former Acting Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs -U.S. Department of State

Webcast

Scan this QR code to register for webcast. Please note that this event will start at 3:30 p.m. (EDT), October 30, 2018.

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