What do the Executive Orders banning transactions with ByteDance and Tencent mean for U.S.-China technology decoupling and bilateral venture capital investing?
As U.S.-China relations continue to deteriorate, two components of the relationship that have been successful in the past are increasingly coming under attack: higher education and scientific collaboration.
Lessons Learned Amid a Pandemic: How the United States and China can Collaborate on Global Health Crises
A moderated discussion featuring five track II healthcare dialogue participants (three American, two Chinese), on the current state of and key takeaways from the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as main points from the most recent U.S.-China Track II Dialogue on Healthcare.
NCUSCR board director William Ford, CEO of General Atlantic, discussed the future of cross border technology investment and market access.
Anja Manuel and Paul Triolo discussed the policies that contributed to China's technological rise, the geopolitical implications of this rise, how U.S. firms should approach this new order, and how recent developments, such as the Phase I trade agreement and COVID-19 pandemic, have affected technological collaboration.
Admiral Dennis Blair discussed the rise of China's technological capabilities, the strategic challenges inherent to this rise, and how the United States might best approach regulation while encouraging collaboration.
The National Committee hosted a virtual program moderated by Joan Kaufman with two leading medical experts: Margaret Hamburg and Winnie Yip, as they discussed the potential for collaboration between the United States and China on global health strategies.
Yuen Yuen Ang, Amy Celico, and Elizabeth Knup discussed how COVID-19 is affecting U.S.-China relations and what the impact of the outbreak might be looking forward.
Professor David Zweig examined China’s efforts to promote “reverse migration,” focusing on the Thousand Talents Plan, and discussed American responses.
Matt Sheehan examines the varied, broad, and deep ties between the state of California and China to illustrate what is happening on the ground, beyond the power centers of Beijing and Washington.