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U.S.-China Relations in Trans-Atlantic Context

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Conflicting responses to Chinese leadership of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and the prospects of the renminbi as a reserve currency make clear that the U.S. and its traditional European partners do not always see China’s growing influence in the same light. Differences may be exacerbated by Eurasian projects like China’s One Belt, One Road and Western groupings like the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. U.S.-China-EU relations are of growing importance, but the trans-Atlantic implications of U.S.-China relations are not as well understood as the Japanese, Russian, or Southeast Asian contexts.

The Wilson Center is pleased to partner with the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy in hosting this discussion of U.S.-Chinese-EU relations.

Speakers

  • CHEN Qi

    Director, U.S.-China Track II Dialogue, Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy; Professor and Vice Chair, Department of International Relations, Tsinghua University; Executive Editor, Chinese Journal of International Politics
  • SHI Zhiqin

    Resident Scholar and Director, China-EU Relations Program and China-NATO Dialogue Series, Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy; Professor and Chancellor, School of Social Sciences and Dean, Department of International Relations, Tsinghua University
  • Andrew Small

    Senior Trans-Atlantic Fellow, Asia Program, The German Marshall Fund
  • Robert Daly

    Director, Kissinger Institute on China and the United States