US-China relations have reached a tipping point where the world's most important bilateral relationship went from being cooperative to confrontational and competitive. On a micro-level, there is a paradigm shift in Americans' attitude of China. According to the latest Pew Research survey, a record 73% Americans hold unfavorable views toward China.
How did US-China relations get to where they are? What went wrong? Who might be the key China policy makers in a potential Biden administration? As the era of US constructive engagement has come to an end, what are the changes and continuities in American policy toward China come next January 2021? How can business navigate through this volatile geopolitical environment?
Please join a post US Presidential election analysis on what lies ahead for US-China relations, featuring a panel of top notch experts. They will offer their insights from the perspectives of policy and sub-national level including business, people to people exchange.
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