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Between Competition and Cooperation: The future of the U.S.- China Relationship

The 21st Century China Center at the School of Global Policy and Strategy invites the public to attend a talk for the UC San Diego Forum on U.S.-China Relations titled "Between Competition and Cooperation: The Future of the U.S.-China Relationship."

February 1, 2020 3:00pm to 4:30pm

As the bilateral relationship between the U.S. and China enters uncharted waters, the path to a new relationship is highly dependent on whether or not we can forge cooperation between two competitive giants of a nation. A panel of experts, including Stephen Hadley, former national security advisor to President Bush, James Steinberg, former deputy national security advisor to President Clinton, and Chinese Ambassador Cui Tiankai will offer insights into how the U.S. and China can restrain competitive excesses, sustain cooperative energy and work out a modus vivendi given their increasingly divergent interests.

Location: J.R. Beyster Auditorium at the Rady School of Management, UC San Diego. Limited parking is available in P357 (map and directions). Overflow parking is available in Pangea Parking Structure (Pangea @ N Torrey Pines), weekend parking rates will apply.
Thank you to our 2020 China Forum sponsors: Anonymous, The Asia Group Foundation, Kurt M. Campbell, East West Bank Foundation, Fong Foundation, Legler Benbough Foundation and Qualcomm.
Questions? Contact Sam Tsoi at