US-China Relations in the Age of Coronavirus
May 18, 2020
2:00pm – 3:00pm
The coronavirus pandemic is likely to redefine the US-China relationship in the months and years ahead. President Trump as well as the Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden have both leveled heavy criticism against China, charging that the country exacerbated the problem by misleading the world about the origins and the nature of the threat. The US wariness over the increasing economic and military power of China has been further complicated by the Trump administration’s on-and-off trade war in recent years. Now, the relationship will take on a global public health dimension due to the Covid-19 pandemic that has exacted enormous costs on the world.
The SETA Foundation at Washington DC is pleased to host a webinar event to discuss these questions and the future of US-China relations.
Please kindly join us for an expert panel discussion.
James J. Carafano, Vice President, Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy, The Heritage Foundation
Matthew Kroenig, Deputy Director, Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, Atlantic Council
Kilic B. Kanat, Research Director, The SETA Foundation at Washington DC