After the US Election: A Transatlantic Partnership for Dealing with China’s Economic and Tech Rise?

How will the US and transatlantic allies’ view towards China’s economic and tech rise change and impact relations under a Biden administration? 

Research event Invitation only
8 December 2020 — 2:00PM TO 5:20PM

President-elect Joe Biden has made clear his priority to revitalize America’s role as a global leader and managing the relationship with China will be a critical area not only for the US, but also for the future of the international order.

What priorities will the next administration have regarding US-China military confrontation, economic competition in the areas of trade and finance, and the quest for technological leadership?

What does the election outcome and trajectory for US-China relations mean for Europe? And what are the challenges and opportunities for collaborative transatlantic efforts vis-à-vis China?

This workshop is part of our multi-year initiative which aims to understand American, Canadian and European policy towards China in a range of critical policy areas and is organized in partnership with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.

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