Dec
12
10:30 AM10:30

Tuesdays@GPL | Washington, DC

Tuesdays@GPL briefings will open the table to our participants, inviting them to drive the discussion on issues that intersect global policy and business. We’ll go around the table and encourage participants to briefly share what’s on their radar re policy, commerce, and the world ...

Tuesdays@GPL briefings will meet biweekly at 10:30 am on the first and third Tuesday of each month for an informal, unfiltered, and off-the-record exchange of participant-led priorities.

Cost

Free to attend * Must register * Space limited

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Nov
14
10:30 AM10:30

Tuesdays@GPL | Washington, DC

Tuesdays@GPL briefings will open the table to our participants, inviting them to drive the discussion on issues that intersect global policy and business. We’ll go around the table and encourage participants to briefly share what’s on their radar re policy, commerce, and the world ...

Tuesdays@GPL briefings will meet biweekly at 10:30 am on the first and third Tuesday of each month for an informal, unfiltered, and off-the-record exchange of participant-led priorities.

Cost

Free to attend * Must register * Space limited

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Oct
2
2:00 PM14:00

China-US Investment Forum

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Here's a special invitation for Global Policy Link | GPL participants to attend the discussion during the China-US Investment Forum on Monday, October 2 starting at 2:00 pm ET.

The session is hosted by the Center for China and Globalization and the China Society with Congressional sponsorship from Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD), Ranking Member, US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.

The discussion will cover the following topics:

  • China’s once-every-five-years congress
  • President Trump’s state visit to China 
  • Recent developments shaping US-China commercial relations
  • Experiences of Chinese companies operating in the US 

Please email Marc Ross at marc@caracal.global if you would like to attend the session.

Hosts:

Center for China and Globalization (CCG) and China Society

When

Monday - October 2 | 2:00 - 5:00 pm

Where

Senate Foreign Relations Hearing Room
Dirksen Senate Office Building - SD-419 Room

Open Press

Confirmed Speakers + Discussants:

Robert Daly, Director, Kissinger Institute for China and the United States, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

John Dickson, Chairman, China Society; Chairman and President, World Trade and Development Group

Yeqing Li, President of China Society

Haiqing Liu, Senior Vice President, China Unicom Americas

William Plummer, Vice President, Huawei Technologies

Huiyao Wang, President of CCG, Vice President of China Association of International Economic Cooperation (CAIEC), Counselor for the PRC State Council

Zhi Wang, CCG Senior Fellow

Weiping Yu, Vice President, CRRC, CCG Vice Chair

Weifeng Zhong, Fellow, American Enterprise Institute (AEI)

Access to program document (PDF) here: https://goo.gl/KNqEUQ

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Sep
19
11:45 AM11:45

GPL + Pew Research Center

On Tuesday, September 19, Pew Research Center will host GPL | Global Policy Link for a private briefing on their recent report, Global Perspectives toward China and the U.S.

Richard Wike, director of Global Attitudes Research at Pew Research Center, will present an analysis and overview of the Center's recent report on Global Attitudes Toward China and the United States. 

The presentation will cover the shifting perspectives of nearly 40 countries’ views on China, along with how these nations view the economic competition between the United States and China.

This will be a free session to attend, but sitting will be limited to only 16 spots.

Host + Presenter

Richard Wike
Director of Global Attitudes Research at Pew Research Center

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Cost

Free to attend * Must register * Space limited

Ticket

Article + Report

Pew: Globally, More Name U.S. Than China as World’s Leading Economic Power

But balance shifts in eyes of some key U.S. trading partners and allies

The past decade has witnessed significant changes in the global economy as many nations around the world have struggled with the Great Recession and its aftereffects. While the United States and other relatively wealthy Western nations have slowly bounced back from the crisis, economic growth rates have been low compared with those of China, India and other emerging economies. Still, the prevailing view among publics around the world is that the U.S. is the top global economic power.

You can access the full report here.

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Jul
18
10:30 AM10:30

Tuesdays@GPL | Washington, DC

Tuesdays@GPL briefings will open the table to our participants, inviting them to drive the discussion on issues that intersect global policy and business. We’ll go around the table and encourage participants to briefly share what’s on their radar re policy, commerce, and the world ...

Tuesdays@GPL briefings will meet biweekly at 10:30 am on the first and third Tuesday of each month for an informal, unfiltered, and off-the-record exchange of participant-led priorities.

Cost

Free to attend * Must register * Space limited

Ticket

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Jun
20
10:30 AM10:30

Tuesdays@GPL

Tuesdays@GPL briefings will open the table to our participants, inviting them to drive the discussion on issues that intersect global policy and business. We’ll go around the table and encourage participants to briefly share what’s on their radar re policy, commerce, and the world ...

Tuesdays@GPL briefings will meet biweekly at 10:30 am on the first and third Tuesday of each month for an informal, unfiltered, and off-the-record exchange of participant-led priorities.

Cost

Free to attend * Must register * Space limited

Ticket

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Jun
6
10:30 AM10:30

Tuesdays@GPL

Tuesdays@GPL briefings will open the table to our participants, inviting them to drive the discussion on issues that intersect global policy and business. We’ll go around the table and encourage participants to briefly share what’s on their radar re policy, commerce, and the world ...

Tuesdays@GPL briefings will meet biweekly at 10:30 am on the first and third Tuesday of each month for an informal, unfiltered, and off-the-record exchange of participant-led priorities.

Cost

Free to attend * Must register * Space limited

Ticket

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