China has a number of autonomous regions within its boundaries that have more local government rule and legislative rights than the other Chinese provinces. But recently, the Chinese government has begun enacting new laws that make it harder for these regions to operate independently. What is the Hong Kong National Security Law and how is it impacting U.S.-China relations? How will the United States continue to react to reports of human rights violations in Xinjiang and other territories? How will the Biden administration react to these events in Hong Kong, Xinjiang, and elsewhere? Join FPRI's Jacques deLisle and the Wilson Center's Michael C. Davis as they discuss China's domestic and foreign policy, how the Biden Administration will respond to these policies, and the future of U.S.-China relations.
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