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China Innovation Series
“Principled Interdependence: How to Maintain America’s High-Tech Advantages Over China”

Speaker: Dr. Scott Kennedy (Senior Adviser and Trustee Chair in Chinese Business and Economics, CSIS)

Although both Washington and Beijing have explicitly said they oppose decoupling of our two societies, both are actually still pursuing policies to attenuate connectivity along a number of dimensions in order to mitigate a variety of risks they see arising from such connections. The result could lead to a substantial reduction in bilateral ties as well as a possible fragmentation of the global economy. This presentation seeks to achieve several goals: 1) Take stock of how much decoupling has occurred to date; 2) Re-evaluate the risks and opportunities that come from being highly connected and de-coupled; and 3) Consider how an alternative approach, “principled interdependence,” may be a more effective strategy than decoupling to manage the US’s relationship with China.

The 2021 China Innovation Series will be moderated by Dr. Denis Simon (Duke).

If you need a disability-related accommodation, please contact: Asian/Pacific Studies Institute (apsi@duke.edu) by December 1, 2021.
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