Event recap

As the Chinese Communist Party’s 20th National Congress drew to a close, the conversation focused on initial key takeaways from the Congress and expectations for the future of China, particularly what a further strengthened Xi means for China’s political and economic trajectory. It also examined Beijing’s approach to Taiwan and to foreign policy going forward, including its relationship with Russia and Europe amid the ongoing war in Ukraine and its approach to ties to the United States.

In conversation with

Introductory remarks by

Sara Teichman

Senior Director, Philanthropic Partnerships

Atlantic Council

Global China Hub

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