Anyone with a pulse and a smartphone probably knows by now that US-China competition has been heating up fast over issues ranging from Hong Kong, Taiwan and Xinjiang to Huawei, TikTok and WeChat. As bilateral relations between the world’s two largest economies enter a combative new phase, Prof. Dr. HUANG Jing, one of the foremost experts on US-China relations, will discuss what that competition is over, what it means for each side to win and what to expect next.
The details are as follows:
- Topic: Is U.S.-China Competition Possible Without Ending in Catastrophe?
- Speaker: HUANG Jing, Professor and Dean, Institute of International and Regional Studies, Beijing Language and Culture University; Chief Strategist and Vice Chairman, Grandview Institution; Member, stars Scientific Board, Beijing, China
Prof. Dr. HUANG Jing is Dean of the Institute of International and Regional Studies at Beijing Language and Culture University (BLCU). He is also Chief Strategist and Vice Chairman of Grandview Institution, an independent foreign policy think tank based in Beijing. From 2008-2018, Jing was Lee Foundation Professor on US-China Relations and Director of the Centre on Asia and Globalization of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at National University of Singapore. He previously served as Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, Shorenstein Fellow at Stanford University, and Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Asian Studies Program at Utah State University. Jing earned a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Sichuan University, a master’s degree in history from Fudan University, and a PhD in Political Science from Harvard University.
- Date and time: 2 October 2020, 9.00-9.30 (CET)
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