The U.S. and China relationship is in one of its most confrontational stances since President Nixon visited the People’s Republic in 1972. China and its handling of the coronavirus may be a key issue in the November presidential campaign. A propaganda war is being waged by both sides and both parties in the U.S. It is accompanied by a growing standoff in the South China Sea, a fierce economic competition with retaliatory tariffs, and accusations of spying and secrets thefts.
Professors Suisheng (Sam) Zhao and Floyd Ciruli will host a discussion on the impact COVID-19 is having on China and U.S. relations, how it appears to be effecting each country’s domestic policies, and the lack of global leadership on the pandemic.
Thursday, May 14, 2020
3:00 pm to 4:30 pm MST
Zoom Meeting Details
Meeting ID: 926-3541-6507
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May 14 at 3:00 pm from PC, Mac, Linus, iOS or Android:
The Crossley Center for Public Opinion Research and Center for China-U.S. Cooperation