Stockholm China Forum
Daniel Rosen presents on “China’s overseas investment strategy — economic and strategic implications for the United States and Europe” along with Klas Eklund (Senior Economist, SEB) and Elizabeth Van Heuvelen (Senior Advisor, U.S. Department of the Treasury) in a session moderated by Charles Freeman of CSIS.
Other transatlantic sessions at the event included “China’s Middle East policy: does it have one and does it matter?” and “Interpreting the crackdown: how should the West respond?”
The Ninth Stockholm China Forum was held on 10 and 11 June, 2011 under the Chatham House Rule, with the support of the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs and the Riksbankens Jubileumsfond. The agenda included discussions on the repercussions of the Arab Spring for China, Europe and the United States; the politics of Pakistan post Bin Laden; China’s global investments, and what we should expect from China’s political reforms.
The Forum brings together policymakers, intellectuals, journalists, and business people from Europe, the United States, and Asia, for an ongoing and systematic dialogue to assess the impact of China’s rise and its implications for European and U.S. foreign, economic and security policy.