US-China Relations: A View from China

Date June 20, 2019
Time 2.00 p.m. - 4.00 p.m.
Venue ICS Seminar Room, IPS Building, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur
Language English
The US-China relations are entering a very uncertain phase, to say the least. Other than the trade war, there are many areas in which both countries find themselves in direct competition or rivalry. The US has blamed China for many of these conflicts, such as unfair trade practices, intellectual property theft, predatory economics, territorial expansion, and hegemonic ambitions. However, China disagrees and has its own views. This talk offers from a Chinese perspective the origins and causes of the current tensions in the US-China relations, and how to move forward.


RUAN ZongzeExecutive Vice President at China Institute of international Studies (CIIS)