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Critical Issues Confronting China Series featuring Kenneth Juster – How China is Reshaping U.S.-India Relations and the Quad
November 1 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Speaker: Kenneth I. Juster, U.S. Ambassador to India, 2017-2021
Moderator: Mark Wu, Henry L. Stimson Professor, Harvard Law School; Director, Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies
Kenneth I. Juster, AB ’76, MPP ’79, JD ’79, served as the U.S. Ambassador to India from 2017 to 2021. He will discuss how China’s actions are reshaping India’s relationship with the United States and affecting the development of the Quad. Join us for a discussion of how China’s democratic neighbors are cooperating strategically to offer an alternative vision for the future of the Indo-Pacific. The talk will underscore the challenges ahead as the United States, its allies, and its partner India work together to preserve a free, open, and prosperous region, in light of China’s strategic ambitions.
Mark Wu is the Henry L. Stimson Professor at Harvard Law School and the Faculty Director for the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies. He specializes in international trade and international economic law. His writings cover a broad range of topics, including the impact of emerging economies on global governance, digital technologies, trade remedies, environment, and foreign investment. Wu also serves as a Faculty Co-Director of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society. He is affiliated with the Asia Center, Center for the Environment, Center for International Development, East Asian Legal Studies, and the Harvard Environmental Economics Program.
Also presented via Zoom.