Taking the Pulse of US-China Relations
In recent months, US-China relations have continued to deteriorate, with COVID-19 adding to a growing list of conflicts that began with trade, expanded to technology, and are increasingly systemic.
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Today, new rules and policies are in place that will restrict Chinese investment in the U.S., while the U.S is attempting to make Huawei a global issue. In the meantime, both sides are continuing to work together to implement Phase 1 of a trade deal that was signed in January.
Come join us for a fascinating discussion of these vital issues with Sean Randolph, one of our nation’s leading analysts of economic policy issues affecting our country, California, and the Bay Area. This conversation will explore the roots of the US-China conflict, how these issues connect to each other, and the outlook for US- China relations in the year ahead.
Wednesday, July 8, 2020
5:00PM – 6:00PM Pacific Time
Free To Attend
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About the Speaker:
Sean Randolph is Senior Director of the Bay Area Council Economic Institute, where he served as President & CEO from 1998-2015. In this capacity he also provides executive management to the Bay Area Science and Innovation Consortium (BASIC). Dr. Randolph previously served as director of international trade for the State of California (1994–98), where he directed international programs to stimulate exports and introduce California companies to overseas markets. Before service with the state, he was Managing Director of the RSR Pacific Group, an international business consulting firm specializing in Asia and Latin America. His professional career includes extensive experience in the U.S. Government, where he served on Congress staffs (1976–1980), and the White House staff (1980–1981). Dr. Randolph holds a JD from the Georgetown University Law Center, a Ph.D. from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (until recently jointly administered by the Tufts and Harvard Universities), and a B.S.F.S. from Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service, and studied at the London School of Economics.