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Santa Fe Council on International Relations' Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Santa Fe Council on International Relations
39:43
Folks - a reminder to ask your questions via chat or “raise your hand” and I’ll unmute you when the time comes
Steven Shore
55:28
Would China be an even greater competitive threat to the U.S. were it to become a multi-party democracy?
Lois Meyer
56:05
How are the U.S. government, the World Bank, and the IMF responding to this new China reality, if at all? How do Trump’s actions re China relate to what you have presented?
Brian Goldbeck
57:49
Should America fear China’s alternative to the TPP (Transpacific Partnership), the the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), given the U.S. is absent from both?
Herb Thomas
01:00:12
Canada, particularly Vancouver, is an established destination for people emigrating from Hong Kong.
Tom Johnson-SantaFe
01:10:03
An interesting novel about China and the South China Sea is "Shattered Trident," (published 2013) A good summer read. Quite spot-on given China's "island building" there in recent years. https://amzn.to/2YNnuhm
Brian Goldbeck
01:14:24
During the recent US financial crisis, China was a profit center for many US firms invested there.
Herb Thomas
01:16:11
Is it possible to square the Belt and Road Initiative with steps that will be necessary to control climate change? The Belt and Road is largely hard infrastructure, not green infrastructure. Combating climate change, incidentally, offers excellent opportunities for U.S.-Chinese cooperation.
bobsnewapple
01:24:57
On behalf of the World Affairs Council of Albuquerque, many thanks for making this presentation.
Herb Thomas
01:45:17
Thanks very much, everyone!