New Cold War: De-Risking the U.S-China Conflict
Where: Asia Society and Museum
725 Park Ave.
212-288-6400 Price: Free
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Relations between China and the U.S. have deteriorated to such an extent that the situation has been described as a new Cold War. Tensions between the two states over trade, technology and geopolitical intent have been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic, fuelling protectionist and nationalist sentiment. A key concern is that this new Cold War turns into a hot war. How then to de-risk the situation? What steps would lead to a de-escalation of tensions and confidence building measures? Join us as we invite our distinguished experts to explore this theme and share their analysis of how to de-risk the U.S.-China conflict. Join Asia Society Hong Kong Center and Hinrich Foundation’s online webcast as Alan Dupont, CEO of Cognoscenti Group, Hinrich Foundation Fellow; Helen Qiao, Chief Economist, China, Bank of America Merrill Lynch; and Wendy Cutler, Vice President and Managing Director of Asia Society Policy; Institute join moderator Andrew Staples, Director of Research and Outreach, Hinrich Foundation.Buy tickets/get more info now