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What’s Next for Foreign and Economic Relations with China?

June 13 2011
Venue: The London School of Economics and Political Science, St Clements, Room S 75
Speakers: Frank LavinnLeila ChoukrounenFredrik Erixon
Time: 14:00

The LSE, International Trade Policy Unit, and the ECIPE, would like to cordially invite you to a forthcoming Discussion Forum.

While the concept of a
“G2” has lost its attractiveness in recent years, it seems clear that
the China-US economic and foreign relations will become the most important
bilateral relationship in the world. It is also a relation that is fraught with
problems and concerns. What is the likely development of this relationship? Can
the current economic and strategic concerns be contained? Is China a threat to
the US economic power and military dominance? How do the US-China
relations compare with the EU-China relations? 

Speakers

Frank Lavin, a renowned expert on China and former US Under
Secretary of Commerce for International Trade (2005-7) will speak on US-China
relations. Mr. Lavin has extensive policy and business experience from Asia,
and he currently lives in Hong Kong from where he chairs the Asia Public
Affairs Practice of Edelman. He has held senior positions in several US
administrations.

Leila Choukroune, a China expert at the University of Maastricht who
has just completed a study on EU- China relations for the European Parliament
will comment on how the EU approaches relations to China.

Fredrik Erixon, Director of the European Centre for International
Political Economy (ECIPE) will introduce the discussion. 

RSVP

Please RSVP your
attendance to Shuxiu Zhang at s.zhang10@lse.ac.uk. Do not use the automatic registration link below.

We hope you will join
us at this exciting event. Shall you have any queries regarding the discussion
forum, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

We sincerely look
forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely,

Dr
Stephen Woolcock
International
Trade Policy Unit 

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