Looking at China Through the Lens of US National Security: Implications for...

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US-China Business Council

1818 N Street NW

Suite 200

Washington, DC 20036

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Please join us on June 10 for a discussion on the topic of China and US national security! Sean Buckley, Scott Hulsey, and Beau Barnes, attorneys at Kobre & Kim who focus on representing U.S. and Chinese clients in disputes and investigations related to national security, will speak on the topic. They will share their deep background in national security issues and will explain what this new paradigm in U.S.-China relations means for U.S. companies who do business in China.

In the U.S.-China relationship, every issue today seems to involve “national security.” While national security concerns were once limited to core military and intelligence interests, today no policy area is exempt – from visiting Chinese engineering students and the next generation of wireless network infrastructure to the online dating app Grindr and Washington, DC’s new subway cars. This radical shift in how the U.S. Government views the rise of China has reverberated throughout the commercial and legal world, changing how firms and individuals approach operations, investment, and travel in both countries.

This event is for USCBC member companies and invited guests only. Registration is required.


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