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Bloomberg New Economy Conversations: Risks of U.S.-China ‘Decoupling’ [Video]
Susan Shirk, Kevin Rudd, Cui Tiankai and Mikko Huotari on what it will take to rebuild trust between the two superpowers at the Bloomberg New Economy Forum

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How the fallout from the U.S.-China trade war spreads
Victor Shih writes in Los Angeles Times op-ed on the widespread consequences of the bilateral trade conflict

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The Contradiction Between Opening and Guaranteed Outcomes
Victor Shih explains financial liberalization in the China Leadership Monitor

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How technology can save the planet
Michael Davidson, David Victor, et. al. co-authored article in Foreign Affairs May/June 2020 issue on the paths to a zero-carbon future

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Foreign policy experts call for end to hate crimes against Asian American community: Readers
Tai Ming Cheung, Peter Cowhey, Stephan Haggard, Ruixue Jia, Barry Naughton, Victor Shih and Susan Shirk signed joint statement

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Commentary: Synergy between Asia and America will be essential after the pandemic ends
Samuel Tsoi reflects on the enormity of global challenges ahead that will require Pacific Rim nations to cooperate and build resiliency

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A Truce in the Trade War Will Save American Lives
Susan Shirk and Yanzhong Huang argue immediately lifting all tariffs on personal protection equipment will enable doctors and nurses to safely do their work

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Saving Lives in America, China, and Around the World
A statement organized by Asia Society's Center on U.S.-China relations & the 21st Century China Center at UC San Diego's School of Global Policy and Strategy.

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UC San Diego Forum on U.S.-China Relations - Fifteen Key Takeaways
The inaugural UC San Diego Forum on U.S.-China Relations featured 60 participants drawn from business, the
military, academia and think tanks, as well as several participants from China. Following are fifteen key takeaways from the forum.