Many analysts assert that the U.S. and China are in a competition. The Biden administration calls it a strategic competition. Our speaker, Sam Kaplan, calls it a Competition of Competence. But what are they competing about? How does China view its role in the competition and in the world? How do we measure who is winning? Sam will answer these questions and more on March 8th.
About our speaker:
Sam is the director of the Center of Excellence for Global Trade and Supply Chain Management. He also publishes the weekly newsletter, International Need to Know and has recently written a book about China and America—Challenging China: Smart Strategies for Dealing with China in the Xi Jinping Era-- that was published by Tuttle Publishing on April 6, 2021. He is also president of Gittes Global, a business consulting firm which provides business development, communications and community/government affairs services for businesses and organizations.
Event will be held at:
Bellarmine Preparatory School
in the Connelly Center
2300 S Washington St, Tacoma, WA 98405
This event will be an in-person program. Masks will be required at the event.
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