China is reshaping the world’s economy. From infrastructure and investment to manufacturing and supply chain dependency, Chinese economic influence is becoming an increasingly important topic for policymakers in North America and Europe. How should Europe and the United States respond to these evolving vectors of Chinese economic influence? Which aspects of Chinese influence are receiving too much attention, and which are receiving too little?
Speakers:Bryce Barros, China Affairs Analyst, Alliance for Securing Democracy, German Marshall Fund of the United StatesMatthew Mingey, Senior Analyst, China Macro & Policy, Rhodium GroupValentina Pop, Reporter, Wall Street JournalPlamen Tonchev, European China Policy Fellow, Mercator Institute for China Studies; Head of Asia Unit, Institute of International Economic Relations
Moderated by:Edward Lucas, Senior Fellow, Democratic Resilience, Center for European Policy Analysis
Introduced by:Geysha González, Senior Director Programs and Strategy, Center for European Policy Analysis