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     The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations and the U.S. Heartland China Association (USHCA) invite you to join former governor and current chairman and CEO of USHCA Bob Holden, along with former governors Jon Huntsman, Jr., Gary Locke, and Rick Snyder as they discuss the consequences of bilateral tensions in each of their respective states and how revitalizing subnational relationships and cooperation can help pave a path forward.

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    Shelley Rigger and Margaret Lewis discuss the risks and opportunities in U.S.-Taiwan relations now and after the election.

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    American and Chinese experts examine the implications of international maritime law and South China Sea disputes for U.S.-China relations.

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    Renowned investor, philanthropist, and New York Times best-selling author Ray Dalio discusses today's most important issues, and the critical roles the United States and China play in an era of rapid global change.

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    As the United States and China face an increasing array of global issues, cooperation and coordination between the world's two great powers will be essential. Margaret Hamburg, Ryan Hass, and Angel Hsu examine this dynamic from the perspectives of climate change and global health, as both countries address the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.

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    Ambassador Kishore Mahbubani reflects on the competition, and risks of confrontation, between the two world powers of the 21st century.

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    Stephenie Foster, Sarah Kemp, and Wenchi Yu discuss feminist foreign policy and what its implementation could mean for the evolving U.S.-China relationship.

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    Political insiders Bryan Lanza and Adam Bramwell of Mercury Public Affairs explore the Republican and Democratic approaches to U.S.-China relations, as we approach and think beyond the November election.

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    A discussion of the implications of China’s Africa policy for the United States.

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    The U.S. Department of Justice’s China Initiative is intended to counter national security threats posed by China, but it defines the threats too broadly, which raises problematic implications both for the U.S. criminal justice system and for collaboration with people who have ties to China.

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    A March 2020 survey of American views of China conducted by the Pew Research Center shows an increase in negative perceptions of China.

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    Ambassador Robert Zoellick offered reflections on his “responsible stakeholder” speech at the National Committee’s 2005 Gala dinner and the policy implications of his approach for the United States when considering the current Sino-U.S. relationship.

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    In its fight against the coronavirus, should the United States consider China an enemy or a partner? Graham Allison discussed prospects for cooperation in the fight against the coronavirus.

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    A discussion focusing on how the United States and China have moved from strategic cooperation to strategic competition, and what can be done to help ease bilateral tensions.

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    To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the announcement of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United States and the People’s Republic of China, the National Committee convenes a panel of experts who have been instrumental to building the relationship.

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