An exploration of what we mean when we talk about China today.
We take a new look at what China means to American voters, and how opinions and perceptions about China have changed since President Trump took office three and a half years ago. Our episode is broken into three parts:
- How Americans feel about China, with Laura Silver of the Pew Research Center (at the 3:15 mark);
- The tech and values challenge posed by China, with Rui Zhong of the Wilson Center; and Kara Frederick of the Center for a New American Security — both from this year's Defense One Tech Summit (10:43);
- From 1517 to 2020, with Michael Schuman, author of “Superpower Interrupted: The Chinese History of the World” (at 21:13).
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