In the brand new dialogue series One Idea Lab, Caixin Global invited Chinese and international prominent economists, business leaders, investors to exchange views, identify difference of opinions as well as common grounds, and hopefully come up with constructive ideas to address global issues.
The enduring competition between the United States and China is a certainty in the foreseeable future. While the path ahead may be marked by conflicts, both countries have a vested interest in steering clear of dire outcomes, such as armed conflict or severe economic crises. Moreover, the existence of global challenges underscores the need for collaborative endeavors between the two giants. It is imperative to confine competition within a secure framework.
Simultaneously, both nations grapple with distinct domestic and international realities, shaped by their unique economic and political cycles. In light of recent developments and interactions between these nations, what insights can we glean? What essential elements must be in place for them to establish the necessary cooperation that benefits not only their own interests but also the world at large? We invite you to join the One Idea Lab and listen to the perspectives of esteemed experts.
Professor of Political Science and Founding Director at the Centre on Contemporary China and the World (CCCW) at the University of Hong Kong
Senior Adviser and Trustee Chair in Chinese Business and Economics at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
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