On November 6th, the American public will vote in the mid-term elections, and define the second half of the controversial Trump presidency. This includes the Administration’s foreign policy and a strong focus on China, which has become one of the hottest topics in the US media and think-tank community. On the eve of these crucial elections, AmCham will host Philippe Le Corre, a leading China expert at Harvard’s Kennedy School, to discuss the current state of US-China relations and how it impacts America’s role in the world. Le Corre, author of numerous books and reports on China’s geoeconomic rise, will also address the issue of Chinese foreign investments and the impact on Europe of the ongoing US-China “trade war”.
A sandwich lunch will be served.
This event is reserved for Patron and President Council members.
Jérémie Gallon - Opening remarks and introduces speaker
Philippe Le Corre - Presentation
End of event
Philippe Le Corre
Philippe Le Corre is Senior Fellow with the Mossavar-Rahmani Center on Business and Government at the Harvard Kennedy School and a Research Associate at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard. He is also non-resident Senior Fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, where he published his latest report China’s rise as a geoeconomic influencer. Four European Case Studies.