US-China Relations in the New Eras of Trump and Xi

Date May 31, 2018
Time 4.00p.m. - 6.00p.m
Venue Seminar Room, Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur
Language English
Both the United States and China now have leaders who are a departure from recent decades. Domestic politics in each country are creating great pressures on the foreign policies of Beijing and Washington. The geopolitical situation globally and regionally is changing dramatically. In addition, major bilateral and multilateral negotiations in the trade and security areas are unfolding. In this fluid circumstance, what are the prospects for U.S.-China relations in the months and years ahead?


David M. LAMPTONProfessor in John Hopkins University