Green Sunday, July 11th:  US-China Relations and the New Cold War 

Green Sunday:  US-China Relations and the New Cold War 

K.J Noh – Understanding US-China Relations in the Current Historical Moment  From dealing with Covid, to mitigating global climate change, to managing global economic shifts, the most important factor determining the outcome of these critical issues is the nature of US-China relations.  Yet, the US is clearly on a path towards conflict with China–“the US is already in the foothills of a cold war”, according to Kissinger–while analyses and news about this critical relationship in the MSM is saturated with misinformation, disinformation, and inflammatory propaganda. K.J. Noh will unpack the origins, players, forces, and risks in the current historical moment, the relationship with Anti-Asian racism, the prospects of war–hot and cold–, and what these outcomes could yield for the future of our planet. Last but not least, he will invite critical consideration about what conscientious and informed citizens can do. 

George Koo – Treating China as an adversary is a lose-lose proposition  Key talking points to be addressed are: (1) China does not have a history or policy of confrontation.  (2) US deliberate policy makes no sense but is harmful to American renewal and return to greatness. (3) The essential elements to successful win-win collaboration

K.J. Noh, is a scholar, educator and journalist focusing on the political economy and geopolitics of the Asia-Pacific.   He writes for Dissident Voice, Black Agenda Report, Counterpunch, Popular Resistance, Asia Times, LA progressive, MR Online, and is senior correspondent for KPFA Flashpoints.  He also does frequent commentary and analysis on various news programs, including The Critical Hour, By Any Means Necessary, Fault Lines, Political Misfits, Loud & Clear, and The Socialist Program.

George Koo has devoted a greater part of his career helping American companies, especially technology based companies, develop their approach to China since China began its economic reform in 1978. After his retirement from Deloitte in 2008, he joined the corporate board of Las Vegas Sands and became fully retired six years later. He has been a frequent contributor of commentaries on US China relations first to Pacific News, then New America Media and most recently to online Asia Times.

July 11th, 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm  Via Zoom: please see access info below 

Green Sundays are a series of free public programs & discussions on topics “du jour” sponsored by the Green Party of Alameda County and held on the 2nd Sunday of each month. The monthly business meeting of the County Council of the Green Party follows at 7:00 pm, after a 30-minute break. Council meetings are open to anyone who is interested.

Topic: Green Party of Alameda County

Description: Green Sunday presentation at 5 PM 

(Followed by County Council business meeting at 7:00. All are welcome to attend) 

Time: July 11, 2021, 5:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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