Transatlantic Dialogue on China: Managing the Escalating Stakes

Transatlantic Dialogue on China: Managing the Escalating Stakes 07/07/2020 01:02 PM EDT Manisha Singh, Assistant Secretary Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs I want to thank the Carnegie Endowment and Institut Montaigne for the opportunity to provide my thoughts on how the United States and Europe can address the global economic challenges posed by China. ...
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U.S.–China Bilateral Relations: The Lessons of History

Introduction Good afternoon. Thank you to CSIS for inviting me – and for rescheduling this speech after I had to miss our initial date last week. The title of my remarks is “U.S.-China Bilateral Relations: The Lessons of History.” There is a well-known Chinese idiom, “Seek truth from facts.” Today I’d like to apply this ...
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Excerpts: Assistant Secretary Breier’s Remarks at the 2019 Concordia Americas Summit

Remarks on “A New Era in the Americas” at the 2019 Concordia Americas Summit Assistant Secretary Kimberly Breier: I believe China is the big strategic question for the hemisphere. The U.S. Administration has taken a closer look at China’s engagement in the Americas given significant U.S. interest. China is and will remain a significant trade ...
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Speeches: Remarks at the National Association of Attorney’s General Winter Meeting

Remarks Kirsten D. Madison Assistant Secretary, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Washington, DC March 6, 2019 We are all painfully aware of the devastating impact of the opioids crisis in our country. To put it into perspective: at the peak of the ‘70s heroin crisis and the late ‘80s/early ‘90s crack cocaine crisis, ...
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Assistant Secretary Russel Travel to The Republic of Korea and China

For Immediate Release  MEDIA NOTE February 25, 2016 Assistant Secretary Russel Travel to The Republic of Korea and China Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Daniel Russel will travel to Seoul, February 26 for consultations with ROK officials on a wide range of regional and bilateral issues. He will then visit Beijing ...
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