The contentious U.S.-China relationship has just found a new battleground: the coronavirus. Join Richard Fontaine, CEO, Center for a New American Security (CNAS), to discuss what the coronavirus means for U.S.-China cooperation, competition, and the power struggle for global leadership. Moderated by CEO, Megan Torrey.
Watch the full conversation from the World Affairs Council of Connecticut.
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