China’s Power and Influence in a Post-COVID-19 World
The Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, in collaboration with knowledge partner McLarty Associates, is delighted to co-host a series of virtual discussions in summer 2020 that will explore the rapidly evolving nature of international relations, as well as the leadership characteristics required to navigate this uncertain world.
Interactive sessions featuring Jackson faculty, senior fellows, and other expert practitioners across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors will focus on great power realignment, U.S.-China relations, and prospects for recovery in the global economy, among other critical areas.
The second conversation in the series, “China’s Power and Influence in a Post-COVID-19 World,” will feature Ryan Hass, Senior Advisor to McLarty Associates and Brookings Institution Fellow; John L. Holden, Senior Director of the McLarty Associates China Practice; Susan A. Thornton, Yale Law School Visiting Lecturer and Paul Tsai China Center Senior Fellow; and Jing Tsu, John M. Schiff Professor of East Asian Languages and Literatures & Comparative Literature Chair, Council on East Asian Studies.
Ambassador John Negroponte, Jackson Senior Fellow and McLarty Associates Vice Chairman, will provide introductory remarks.