Republican foreign policy for a new Cold War

This panel will analyse how US policy towards China may change under a Republican administration.

Research event, Roundtable Recording
20 May 2024 — 1:00PM TO 2:00PM

Event recording

Experts discuss the likely form of Republican foreign policy.

US-China geopolitical competition in areas related to defence, trade and the promotion of global values, has led to concerns the world is on track for a new Cold War. 

While countering China’s rise and influence is a key priority for both Democrats and Republicans in the US, approaches on the best way to manage China’s rise differ.

How would US policy towards China change under a Republican administration? How would a conservative foreign policy strategy help the US combat present day challenges?

This event is part of our ongoing series on the future of a conservative foreign policy in the United States.

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