Friends of the East-West Center cordially invites you to Spring 2017 sessions of the
Thursday, April 13, 2017, 12 noon
Maple Garden Restaurant
909 Isenberg Street, Honolulu
China and America: A Rooster Year and a Trump Presidency
This is a very uncertain period and James Kelly will try to update the always complex Sino-American relationship. This year China faces an important five year Party Congress and the Trump administration is shaking up America’s longstanding ties with other countries, the largest being China. Mr. Kelly will leave to others the analysis of Washington DC and American politics. But beyond China’s internal politics, as interesting as they are, China is facing vast economic challenges and, at the same time, initiating significant policies toward the Indo-Asian Pacific region. We will seek to have a discussion of China’s problems and policies and a likely Sino-American summit.
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