Senator Mark R. Warner on U.S.-China Competition

September 27, 2019 01:10:05
Senator Mark R. Warner on U.S.-China Competition
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Senator Mark R. Warner on U.S.-China Competition

Sep 27 2019 | 01:10:05

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Show Notes

As China continues to expand its global reach, the Washington-Beijing relationship has become increasingly tense. From trade disputes, to North Korea, to technological innovation, the two nations are contending for influence in similar spaces, but with drastically different objectives, setting the stage for long-term competition that raises difficult questions about the future of U.S. foreign policy. To examine these challenges, Senator Mark R. Warner (D-VA) has been convening public-private sector meetings, bringing together congressional, intelligence community, business, and academic leaders to spark this important dialogue.

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