Expert Panel on Deciphering the Future of U.S.-China Economic Relations
U.S.-China economic relations have been the center of attention for multiple stakeholders as strategic competition has become a core element of the overall relationship. Yet, at the same time, U.S. and Chinese business interests have a huge financial stake in the other’s economy.
A panel of experts convened at Georgetown McDonough to discuss the current dynamics and future trajectory of U.S.-China relations.
The panel gathered the following experts:
- Scott Kennedy (keynote), trustee chair in Chinese business and economics, Center for Strategic and International Studies
- Craig Allen, president, U.S.-China Business Council
- Vicki Wei Tang, associate professor, Georgetown McDonough
- Helen Toner, director of strategy, Georgetown University’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology
- Evan Medeiros (moderator), Penner Family Chair in Asian Studies at the School of Foreign Service and senior fellow with the Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues, Georgetown University
The event was co-hosted with the Georgetown Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues (new window), a university platform for engagement among scholars, students and practitioners to advance dialogue and promote solutions to global challenges ranging from climate change to peace and security.