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provider. >> now a look at the history and future of the u.s.-china relations. the council on foreign relations hosted this event with a focus on u.s. policy in the asia-pacific region. panelists examine china's economic and regional ambitions as well as policy under the trump administration. this runs one hour. >> i think we will go in and get started. i know we got a lot of ground to cover, a lot of questions that people will want to ask. some of you have contacted me before hand to launch your request. it afternoon everybody and welcome to this council on foreign relations meeting on the u.s.-china relations. i'm evan osnos from the new yorker and the brookings institution or i'm thrilled to be joined by three of my favorite scholar practitioners and they'll introduce them in a second buffer zone what you commended them for agreeing to wait into one of the most complex and pressing questions, foreign-policy questions before us, and that of course is a question of whether beijing and washington can avert the pressure towards confrontation, the pressure of history, the patter
relations. looking at u.s.-china relations and the question >> complex and oppressing questions, foreign-policy questions before us. that is the question of whether avertand washington can the pressure toward confrontation. the pressure of history. the patterns of history that drive the ruling power and a rising power into confrontation. even the harder question, which we will also deal with, is what do we do about it? a couple notes at the beginning, please turn off your electronic devices, not just vibrate because that can interfere with the sound system, and, if you have a reason to use your phone outside, you are welcome to do so. our meeting today is on the record and we will talk for about 30 minutes and open it up to questions. our distinguished panel begins to my right with my friend stephen. she is cofounder and research director where she keeps an eye on the macroeconomy on a range of industrial sectors and has as much experience on the ground as anybody i know. is the chinat study manager eli. he had a special focus on china policy in the midst of a vast portfolio. and our vis
since being appointed attorney general. >> now, a look at the history and future of u.s.-china relations. this runs one hour. conversation] >> good afternoon everybody and welcome. this is on the subject of u.s.-china relations. is sponsored by the brookings institution. i would like to commend the panelists for agreeing to mostss some of the pressing questions before us, and that is whether beijing and theington can avert pressure toward confrontation. the pressure of history. a ruling power in day rising power in conversation -- confrontation. the larger question is, what do we do about it? requests.ousekeeping please turn off your phones, do not turn it to vibrate because it could interrupt the sound system. themeeting today is on record, we will talk for about 30 minutes happy or and then -- up here and then turn it over to questions. on the right, one of the great china specialists. co-founder and researcher. she keeps her eye on the macroeconomics of a range of subjects. then, the maurice greenberg senior fellow. national security adviser to vice president biden with special focus
china. the trump administration has proposed a 2018 navy budget of $171
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