detail - Auslandsbüro Washington, D.C.
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In this new context, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies at Johns Hopkins University are collaborating on a series of online events examining key trade policy challenges. These include agreeing a joint approach to China’s economic behavior through a better balance between engagement and enforcement; reforming the World Trade Organization through new rules in areas like subsidies and state-owned enterprises and reviving its dispute settlement system; and reconciling trade and climate policy goals through the WTO, supply chain strategy, and a carbon border adjustment mechanism.
Please watch the events below!
First Session: Engagement vs. Enforcement: How Can the United States and Germany Manage China’s Impact on the Global Economy?
Engagement vs. Enforcement: How Can the United States and Germany Manage China’s Impact on the Global Economy?
With three trade and investment agreements in 2020 as background—the U.S. “Phase I” deal with China, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, and the EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment—this webinar will explore how the United States and Germany can strike a balance between economic interdependence and the use of trade enforcement tools with China to promote transatlantic prosperity while safeguarding values and security interests.
Peter Beyer MdB, Member of the German Bundestag and Coordinator of Transatlantic Cooperation of the Federal Government
Wendy Cutler, Vice President and Managing Director, Asia Society Policy Institute (ASPI)
Dr. Christoph Schemionek, Acting Delegate of the Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Washington, DC
Second Session: Reforming the World Trade Organization: Can the United States and the European Union Find Common Ground?
Reforming the World Trade Organization: Can the United States and the European Union Find Common Ground?
Dr. Sabine Weyand, Director-General for Trade, European Commission
Amb. Rufus Yerxa, President, National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC)
Prof. Gabriel Felbermayr, President, Kiel Institute for the Global Economy
Third Session: Reconciling Trade Policy and Climate Goals
Reconciling Trade Policy and Climate Goals
Jamila Thompson, Senior Advisor to the U.S. Trade Representative
Dr. Susanne Dröge, Senior Fellow, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP)
William Reinsch, Scholl Chair in International Business, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
Prof. Simon Evenett, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland