Six Crises: How the U.S. and China Coordinated Despite Strategic Rivalry

In this new video series, Carnegie’s Evan Feigenbaum talks in detail to six senior American decisionmakers who led the coordination with Beijing on some of the toughest—and indeed, some of the scariest—transnational problems the world has faced over the last two decades.

  • Stopping Ebola (2014)

  • Controlling Hydrofluorocarbons (2013)

  • Preventing Contagion in the Global Financial Crisis (2008)

  • Attacking a Food Safety Crisis (2008)

  • Fighting SARS (2003)

  • Establishing the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria (2002)

In Asia, rapid growth and strong economic fundamentals have lifted hundreds of millions from poverty. But significant cracks have emerged in this hopeful story. Our program recommends policies to manage the growing threats to Asia’s long peace, especially from competition among major powers. We also help decisionmakers address social, institutional, and political obstacles to achieving Asia’s development potential.

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