You are here

China, Trump and the World

When: Thursday, June 22, 2017, 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Where: Center for Marxist Education • 550 Mass. Ave. • Cambridge
The US-China relationship is one of considerable global importance on several levels.  Trump in his presidential campaign adopted a very hostile anti-China tone.  However, after Trump assumed power, he changed; his actions towards China have proved more moderate and he even described President Xi as "very respected."  But the longer term relationship could be volatile, as underlying administration policy involving Korea, the Asia pivot, trade and other issues remains unclear, and the basic class antagonism remains between capitalist United States and socialist China. 
Duncan McFarland will make a presentation on US-China relations at the beginning of the Trump era, including China's perspective and foreign policy; followed by discussion.
presentation by Duncan McFarland, Committees of Correspondence for Demcracy and Socialism
Cosponsored by Center for Marxist Education and United for Justice with Peace
Filed under: