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Policy Matters

Oct 17, 2018

US-Chinese relations are surely going to shape world geopolitics for years, even decades, to come.  Competition is already being played out in the military, economic and technological arenas. Are the United States and China partners, rivals, or future enemies? How we can avoid outright conflict with China? How does China compare to Russia in terms of the challenges each presents to US interests? 

In this episode,  Gabriel Collins, Baker Botts Fellow in Energy and Environmental Regulatory Affairs here at the Baker Institute, discusses these critical questions.