U.S. China Policy at a Historic Juncture
On March 29, 2019, NBR’s Pyle Center for Northeast Asia Studies held a private roundtable in Seattle titled “U.S. China Policy at a Historic Juncture.” This exclusive event convened a select group of government, academic, and business leaders to address the evolution and strategic implications of U.S.-China competition, as well as the broader international and domestic contexts that affect U.S.-China relations. Ambassador Karl Eikenberry and Congressman Adam Smith delivered keynote addresses. The discussion emphasized economic, security, and ideological concerns.
Left to right: Keynote speaker Ambassador Karl Eikenberry, John Rindlaub (Chairman, NBR Board of Directors), and Consul General of the Republic of Korea in Seattle Hyung-jong Lee.
Left to right: Professor Kenneth B. Pyle, Senator Slade Gorton, and keynote speaker Congressman Adam Smith.
Left to right: Director General of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Seattle Alex Fan and William C. McCahill Jr. (NBR).
Left to right: Professor David Bachman (University of Washington) and Consul General of Japan in Seattle Yoichiro Yamada.