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Wed, Feb 23


ESIA Linder Commons, 602

US-China Competition and Cooperation in Africa: US-China Youth Expo #1

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US-China Competition and Cooperation in Africa: US-China Youth Expo #1

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Feb 23, 2022, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

ESIA Linder Commons, 602, 1957 E St NW, Washington, DC 20052, USA

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As relations between the US and China continue to evolve, the African continent has become an important space for competition and cooperation between the two powers. American and Chinese foreign policy in the region, as well as the unique approaches taken by individual African states which interact with both foreign players, have brought increased attention to the region in recent years. In this event, we will speak with former Ambassador and Elliott School professor, David Shinn, about his experience with American and Chinese policy in the region and recent developments in US-China relations in Africa. After Dr. Shinn shares his experiences and insights, we will have a moderated Q&A session before opening the floor to audience questions. This a public event and may be attended virtually or in-person

US-China Youth Expositions is an event series hosted by the Onero Institute China Program and the US China Strategic Studies Organization that seeks to promote youth involvement in international affairs and research about US-China relations.

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