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It has been quite a year for international relations since Donald Trump met his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping. While Trump has withdrawn from the Transpacific Partnership (TPP) and defended "America first" even in the Asia-Pacific region, Xi has become one of the strongest proponents of trade and globalization. China is also determined to take "center stage" on all fronts, including the highly-publicized issue of the Korean peninsula.
In this complex context, Europe, and France in particular, are trying to seeking to engage with both Trump's U.S. and a rising China. This herculean task will help to define the new international order, where multipolarity has become the key-word.
It is with great pleasure that we welcome back Philippe Le Corre, a China specialist and former President of the Harvard Club of France. Philippe is a Senior Fellow at both the Harvard Kennedy School and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
DATE: Tues, July 10th, 20h
ADDRESS: Monteverdi Restaurant, 5 rue Guisarde, 75006 Paris TICKET PRICES: No charge to reserve. Dinner prices based on consumption