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Redefining US-China Engagement with Congressman Krishnamoorthi

Join us for a discussion of how the United States should navigate the next decade of economic and technological competition with China.
A hostess walks by American and Chinese flags ahead of the bilateral meeting between US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Chinese Vice Premier He Lifeng on April 6, 2024.
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Speakers
Raja Krishnamoorthi
Craig Kafura
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Doors Open: 4:45 pm CDT
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About This Event

The economies of the United States and China are incredibly interconnected. At the same time, the two countries have a contentious–and at times adversarial–relationship. A recent report by the Select Committee on Strategic Competition between the US and China urges policymakers to rethink their approach to economic and technological engagement with China. 

How should the US approach competition with China in the next decade to ensure its own security and prosperity? What should Americans know about companies like Shein and Temu and their ties to potential human rights abuses? Can apps like TikTok really be used for surveillance? Join Representative Krishnamoorthi, Chair of the Select Committee, for a discussion on these questions and more. 

About the Speakers
United States Congressman for Illinois’ 8th District
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Raja Krishnamoorthi represents the 8th District of Illinois, which includes Chicago’s west and northwest suburbs. He is the Ranking Member of the House Select Committee on Strategic Competition Between the United States and the Chinese Communist Party and is also a member of the Emerging Leaders Class of 2010.
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Director of Public Opinion and Foreign Policy
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Craig Kafura is the director of 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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