The meeting between US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping during the APEC summit last November has created a window of opportunity to stabilize the tense bilateral relationship. Both countries agree to enhance cooperation in several areas, including AI governance, military-military exchanges and countering illicit drug trafficking. Yet, fierce competition between the world's two largest economies remains.
How will the US Presidential election affect the bilateral relationship? As the US seeks to "de-risk" from China, how can multinationals manage their business operation? To kick off the annual China Conference which will be revived on April 8, we have invited veteran China scholar, Dr Dennis Wilder, who served as National Security Council's special assistant to President George W Bush, for a virtual session to assess the outlook of the US-China relationship in 2024.
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