Dispatches: November 2019
The Nixon Forum on U.S.-China Relations
On October 17, the Wilson Center partnered with the Nixon Foundation for a day-long conference examining the past, present, and future of relations between China and the United States. Featuring keynote remarks by David Stillwell, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asia and the Pacific, and presentations by top scholars and former senior officials from across the U.S. government, this conference explores the parameters and implications of deepening competition between the worlds two most powerful nations. Watch videos from the conference on the Wilson Center website.
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