The Future of the U.S. and China

The Future of the U.S. and China Opening Session: The Global Chessboard

January 14, 2021 — Asia Society Northern California Executive Director Margaret Conley gives welcome remarks to the center’s signature one-day conference, The Future of the U.S. and. and China: Seeking Truth Through Facts, followed by opening remarks from Ambassador Eleni Kounalakis, lieutenant governor of California. Asia Society President and CEO Kevin Rudd then delivers a keynote address on the necessary frameworks for China and the United States to co-exist and continue collaboration, maintain competition, and prevent conflict. (31 min., 22 sec.)

The Future of the U.S. and China Session 2: Rebalancing the U.S.-China Economic Relationship

January 14, 2021 — Four economic observers — Nicholas Borst from Seafarer Capital Partners, Chad Bown from the Peterson Institute for International Economics, David Dollar of the Brookings Institute, and Lingling Wei from The Wall Street Journal discuss how China and the United States can return to a more stable and mutually beneficial economic relationship. The session, moderated by Asia Society Northern California board member Gary Rieschel, was part of Asia Society Northern California’s signature one-day virtual conference The Future of the U.S. and China: Seeking Truth Through Facts. (59 min., 58 sec.)

The Future of the U.S. and China Session 3: Technology

January 14, 2021 — Howard Chao, principal at Doon Capital; Andrew Chung, founder and managing partner at 1955 Capital; Michael Dunne, CEO of ZoZo Go and Asia Society Northern California board member; and Wenting Yu, corporate transactional lawyer at O’Melveny & Myers discuss how the growing divide and technological conflict between the U.S. and China impacts the technology industry in fundamental ways and how mutual trust can be established moving forward. The conversation was moderated by Denise Zheng, vice president of technology and innovation at Business Roundtable. The panel discussion was part of Asia Society Northern California’s signature one-day conference The Future of the U.S. and China: Seeking Truth Through Facts, held for the third consecutive year. (1 hr., 1 min.)

The Future of the U.S. and China Session 4: How Xi Jinping Is Confronting His New Challenges

January 14, 2021 — Professors Minxin Pei of Claremont McKenna College and Susan Shirk from UC San Diego discuss the doubling down of strongman rule in China, China’s domestic evolution and its implications for American policy, and what’s next for Hong Kong and Taiwan. Mary Kay Magistad, former China correspondent for NPR and PRX’s “The World,” moderated the discussion. The panel was part of Asia Society Northern California’s signature one-day conference The Future of the U.S. and China: Seeking Truth Through Facts, held for the third consecutive year. (57 min., 5 sec.)

The Future of the U.S. and China Session 5: Strategic Issues During the Biden Administration

January 14, 2021 — Admiral William Fallon (retired); Bonnie Glaser, senior advisor for Asia at the Center for Strategic and International Studies; and Evan Medeiros, former National Security Council (NSC) director for Asian Affairs under President Barack Obama, discuss how China views the U.S., the priorities a new Biden administration will set for China, the possibility of military conflict between the two, and the impact of territorial disputes in the East and South China Seas. This conversation was moderated by Asia Society Northern California Chair Ken Wilcox. The session was part of Asia Society Northern California’s signature one-day conference The Future of the U.S. and China: Seeking Truth Through Facts, held for the third consecutive year. (1 hr., 1 min.)

The Future of the U.S. and China Session 6: Pursuing a New Policy Framework

January 14, 2021 — Kurt Campbell, former assistant secretary of state for Asian affairs under President Bill Clinton and senior advisor to Joe Biden; Karl Eikenberry, former U.S. ambassador to Afghanistan and Asia Society Northern California board member; and Dave Rank, former deputy chief of mission and chargé d’affaires, U.S. Embassy Beijing and senior advisor, Cohen Group participate in a discussion around pursuing a new U.S.-China policy framework. The session was moderated by Asia Society Northern California Board Member Andy Rothman. The conversation was part of Asia Society Northern California’s signature one-day conference The Future of the U.S. and China: Seeking Truth Through Facts, held for the third consecutive year. (57 min., 6 sec.)

The Future of the U.S. and China Conference: A Conversation With George Shultz and Henry Kissinger

January 14, 2021 — Two former U.S. Secretaries of State — George Shultz and Henry Kissinger — discuss America’s role in world affairs in a conversation with Daniel Russel, Asia Society Policy Institute vice president for international security and diplomacy. The conversation was part of Asia Society Northern California’s conference “The Future of the U.S. and China: Seeking Truth Through Facts.” (34 min., 15 sec.)

Related Video: A Tribute to George Shultz

The Future of the U.S. and China Conference: Kevin Rudd on the Global Chessboard

January 14, 2021 — In the keynote address for “The Future of the U.S. and China: Seeking Truth Through Facts” conference, hosted by the Asia Society Northern California Center, Asia Society President and CEO Kevin Rudd examines what the necessary frameworks are for China and the United States to co-exist and continue collaboration, maintain competition, and prevent conflict. (24 min., 31 sec.)

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