Friday April 3, 2020

The Outlook on U.S.-China Relations

Washington, DC
March 4, 2020

The U.S.-China Policy Foundation held a panel discussing the outlook on U.S.-China relations. Our four experts each highlighted different key factors affecting U.S.-China relations, offering a multifaceted look at this important bilateral relationship. Topics included trade relations, American policy and attitudes towards China, Taiwan after the 2020 elections, and more.


Speakers

Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy
Former U.S. Ambassador to China
U.S.-China Policy Foundation Board Member
Topic: Current Dimensions of the U.S.-China Relationship

Ambassador Craig Allen
President, US-China Business Council
Topic: U.S.-China Trade Relations

Dr. Robert Sutter
Professor of Practice of International Affairs
The Elliott School, George Washington University
Topic: Cross Currents in Recent American Pushback Against China’s Challenges

Dr. David J. Keegan
Former Deputy Director, American Institute in Taiwan
Former Director, Office of Taiwan Policy, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs
Topic: Taiwan after its 2020 elections: Implications for Taiwan, China, and the U.S.

A full recording of the panel discussion is available below. A special thank you to the Johns Hopkins SAIS China Studies Program.