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U.S.-China relations in historical perspective

U.S.-China relations in historical perspective

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The first History Club podcast is here.

This week the History Club hosted author and journalist Josh Rogin and CEO and Co-Founder Roger Huang to discuss U.S.-China relations in historical perspective.

The conversation occurred live on Clubhouse on Thursday, March 11. More than 8,300 people attended.

Topics included:

  • Biases in the foreign policy establishment in Washington, D.C.

  • The politics of the U.S.-China relationship during the Trump Administration

  • Cold War analogies and their usefulness / pitfalls

  • Differing interpretations of history in China v. the U.S., and the consequences

  • The effects of political rhetoric on Asian Americans and the Chinese diaspora

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Conversations on history, tech, media and politics—and how they intersect. Hosted by Jason Steinhauer, author, public historian and Global Fellow at The Wilson Center.