Join YPFP for our next excursion! On Wednesday, March 9, Asia Society will host a luncheon that looks at China today and how that country is being seen from the U.S. campaign trail.
The U.S.-China relationship is the most complex and consequential bilateral relationship in the world today, and yet in the U.S. presidential campaigns, China is typically only mentioned as a lightning rod for criticism, on issues ranging from human rights to cybersecurity to tensions in the South China Sea. In recent years—and certainly in this election cycle—China bashing has become something of a staple on the U.S. campaign trail. Why is that so? And should it be so? What is the public missing, as the would-be successors to President Obama speak about China, and U.S. policy towards that country?
YPFP has reserved 10 complimentary tickets for members and guests to attend!
To RSVP, sign up here. YPFP will reserve your tickets. Please RSVP by Tuesday, March 8 at 12:00pm.
About the speakers
Fred Hiatt is editorial page editor of The Washington Post.
Winnie O’Kelley is executive editor at Bloomberg News.
Justin Vogt is a deputy managing editor and the books editor at Foreign Affairs.
Orville Schell (moderator) is Arthur Ross Director of the Center on U.S.-China Relations at Asia Society.
This is part of our new series, YPFP Excursions, in which YPFP staff members lead a group of members to cultural events and other activities in the city.
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