Chinese President Hu Jintao arrives in Washington for a state visit next week, with hopes high in both capitals that his trip may serve to smooth out the edges of a U.S.-China relationship that has frayed over the past year. Clashes over security, the global economy, and differing political and government values challenge the relationship today. China is fast becoming the touchstone against which everything wrong with the U.S. economy and competitiveness is measured, creating great expectations for the summit.
To preview the visit and discuss two new papers on the Sino-U.S. relationship, the Center for American Progress will host a press call with our experts in the fields of foreign, economic, and energy policy.
WHAT: Preview of the state visit of Chinese President Hu and the release of the papers, "Conduct Befitting a Great Power: Responsibility and Sovereignty in U.S.-China Relations" and "Rising to the Challenge: A Progressive U.S. Approach to China’s Innovation and Competitiveness Policies"
Kate Gordon, Vice President for Energy Policy, Center for American Progress
Nina Hachigian, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
Adam Hersh, Economist, Center for American Progress
WHEN: Friday, January 14, 2011, at 11:00 a.m. EST
Conference ID: 36586534
To RSVP to the call, please contact Anna Soellner at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 202.478.5322.
**Please note, this call will be recorded. By participating in the call, you consent to be recorded.**
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