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Exploring Public Views on China, Energy, and More

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Roundtable
Council experts Karl Friedhoff and Craig Kafura discuss China and energy security ahead of the Global Energy Transition public program.
A solar panel installation in Ruicheng County in central China's Shanxi Province on Nov. 28, 2019
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Karl Friedhoff
Craig Kafura
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About This Event

The Lester Crown Center on US Foreign Policy at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs influences discourse and decisions on important US foreign policy and national security issues by researching public opinion and producing original policy analysis. Join us for a roundtable conversation led by Crown Center experts Karl Friedhoff and Craig Kafura regarding the public’s views on key global issues in the news, including relations with China and energy security.

About the Speakers
Marshall M. Bouton Fellow for Asia Studies
Council expert Karl Friedhoff
Karl Friedhoff was a Korea Foundation-Mansfield Foundation US-Korea Nexus Scholar and a member of the Mansfield Foundation’s Trilateral Working Group prior to joining the Council. Previously, he was a program officer in the Public Opinion Studies Program at the Asan Institute for Policy Studies based in Seoul, South Korea.
Council expert Karl Friedhoff
Assistant Director, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy
Craig Kafura is the assistant director for public opinion and foreign policy at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, a Security Fellow with the Truman National Security Project, and a Pacific Forum Young Leader. At the Council, he coordinates work on public opinion and foreign policy and is a regular contributor to the public opinion and foreign policy blog Running Numbers.

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