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CB Insights: Beyond 100 Days – Biden and the future of US China relations

by Torsten Weller
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As part of CBBC’s new CB Insights series, this member-exclusive event will be addressing Biden’s stance on China. It’s called Beyond 100 Days – Biden and the future of US-China relations

In the final days of the Trump Administration, President Trump took the unprecedented step of declassifying the current US Strategic Framework for the Indo-Pacific some 30 years ahead of schedule. This document provided a unique snapshot of the factors underpinning US foreign policy towards China, including concerns about a changing economic, political, and military balance.

With the change in administration under new President Biden, the question now is, to what extent will America’s approach to China change?

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4 experts on what China can expect from the Biden administration

For this member-exclusive event, a panel of experts, including President Obama’s top advisor on the Asia-Pacific, will address the priorities for the incoming President and explore the following questions:

  • What is the future of the Trade War?
  • How will the Biden Administration achieve a balance between cooperation and competition?
  • What are the foreign policy priorities for the new administration as they relate to China and the broader Indo-Pacific region?
  • How will the Biden Administration use bilateral agreements (TPP, RECP, etc.) in its engagement with China?
  • How will global business be impacted?

Discussing these questions will be:

  • Craig Allen, President of the US-China Business Council
  • Dr Evan Medeiros, Penner Family Chair in Asian Studies, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
  • Lingling Wei, Senior China Correspondent at The Wall Street Journal
  • Chair: Matthew Rous, Chief Executive, CBBC

The event will be held on 28th April from 15.00–16.00 (BST) and members should register in advance online. 

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