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Fifth Briefing: Enforcing US trade laws in a contentious global market
13 April 2021
This Hinrich Foundation supported National Press Foundation webinar will be looking at the central role played by the US Customs and Border Protection on enforcing US trade rules under the Biden Administration, what happens to multinationals caught in between, and the effects on global supply chains.
Asia Trade Week 2021: The case of sustainable trade
The Hinrich Foundation proudly supported The Economist's Asia Trade Week 2021, which took placed from Feb 22-25. Hear from our Founder and Chairman, Merle Hinrich, on the key to long-term prosperity and balanced development.
Fourth briefing: Trade in the sky - The Battle Over Drones
Drones have became another front in the US-China trade war as the latest strain of techno-nationalism. This fourth National Press Foundation webinar, supported by the Hinrich Foundation, explored the reasons behind US-China contention on this 'dual-use' technology, and how it influenced policy-making in America.
The World Turned Upside Down: America, China, and the Struggle for Global Leadership
The Hinrich Foundation hosted renowned economist, globalization and Asia expert Clyde Prestowitz to review and discuss his new book, The World Turned Upside Down: America, China, and the Struggle for Global Leadership. In a wide-ranging discussion with Dr. Elizabeth Economy of the Hoover Institution and Edward Alden of the Council on Foreign Relations, the panel discussed alliances, dependency and the implications of a new US industrial policy for China.
Where Great Powers Meet: America and China in Southeast Asia
The Hinrich Foundation invited Professor David Shambaugh for this timely discussion to review his new book and explore the key geopolitical forces shaping Southeast Asia with Professor Wang Gungwu. In Where Great Powers Meet: America and China in Southeast Asia, Professor Shambaugh examines how the United States and China are engaged in a broad-gauged and global competition for power.
US-China rivalry and the role of middle powers in the Asia Pacific
The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and Hinrich Foundation jointly hosted a distinguished line-up of experts who explored the role that middle powers in Asia Pacific could play in mitigating the US-China rivalry. Panelists discussed whether the likes of Australia, Indonesia, and Singapore can act as a source of stability in an increasingly multipolar world.