2019 Columbia China and the World Forum - SupChina

2019 Columbia China and the World Forum

Initiated in 2017, The Columbia China and the World Forum (previous U.S. – China Relations Conference) aims to establish a platform for apolitical, comprehensive and constructive conversations between China, the U.S., and the world among official and non-official actors. We invite distinguished speakers from different sectors in the fields of international affairs to openly discuss, debate, and share their insights and visions on the future of this most important bilateral relations, and how it will shape a common destiny for the world.

This year’s Forum will feature a live Sinica Podcast with guest speakers Paul Triolo and Samm Sacks. The Podcast will focus on the current tech-tensions between the U.S. and China.

The 2019 Columbia China and the World Forum is organized by a student committee from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs(SIPA). The 2019 Forum will feature discussion of the following themes:

1. The US-China Relations and the Future International Order

2. Global Trade, Finance and U.S. – China Economic Relations

3. Disruptive Trends in Global Financial Technology

4. Climate Change and the Energy Transition

5. China-Latin America Engagement

6. Indo-Pacific Security Framework

7. Women Leadership and Entrepreneurship

8. SupChina, Sinica Podcast: US-China Tech Competition

Location: Lerner Auditorium, New York, NY 10027

Date: Sat, Sep 28, 2019 at 8:00 AM

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About the forum:initiated in 2017, Columbia University’s annual China and the World Forum (previous US-China Summit) aims to establish a platform for apolitical, comprehensive and constructive conversations between China, US, and the world among official and non-official actors. We invite distinguished speakers from different sectors in the fields of international affairs to openly discuss, debate, and share their insights and visions on the future of this most important bilateral relations, and how it will shape a common destiny for the world.

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