With no resolution to the fractured US-China relationship in sight, the United States faces a choice between continued decoupling and cautious re-engagement. Either path is fraught with risks for America’s national interests, against a backdrop of increasing public concern. Which direction should the United States take in its relationship with China over the next decade and what economic, military, and technological considerations will drive policymaking?
This fall, the Council on Global Affairs and the Financial Times are hosting a series of discussions on foreign policy topics central to the 2020 United States presidential election. As voters confront starkly different foreign policy worldviews, the America in 2020 series convenes influential voices with distinct perspectives to examine issues with far-reaching implications for America’s future.
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