Rebuilding America's Reputation and Alliances in Asia and Globally
Despite the tensions over trade, cybersecurity and international development, the world’s two biggest economies can still focus on areas of cooperation, said Timothy Roemer at the Americas Committee meeting on 20 January. Roemer is a former Congressman and ex-U.S. Ambassador to India, and is also Executive Director and Strategic Counselor at APCO Worldwide. He said the United States and China could strengthen collaboration on a number of issues of mutual concern, including extreme weather disasters made worse by climate change, water and food security, healthcare solutions for ageing populations, public health emergencies, and higher education initiatives. He also discussed how the U.S. is likely to go about rebuilding its reputation and alliances in Asia and around the world.
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