A US-China Cold War and/or Economic Decoupling? Unpacking the Rhetoric wit...

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US-China Business Council

1818 N Street NW

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With the US-China bilateral relationship deteriorating, observers increasingly speak of a new Cold War and invoke the prospect of economic decoupling. In a Cold War scenario, would the US-China dynamic resemble that between the United States and the former Soviet Union? And what would a decoupling of the US and Chinese economies look like? Please join USCBC for a discussion with Ali Wyne, a policy analyst at the RAND Corporation, a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, and a nonresident fellow at the Modern War Institute. Wyne also serves as a rapporteur for a US National Intelligence Council working group that analyzes trends in world order. His recent work has focused on the security risks of a trade war with China.

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