Speaker Date: April 28, 2023
From the Foreign Policy Association:
For the past ten years, the United States and China have been locked in a competition for who has the greatest global influence. One major point of contention is the status of Taiwanese sovereignty, which has become even more relevant recently with the possibility that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine may prompt China to take similar action regarding Taiwan. How will the United States engage a China which is increasingly seeking to expand its sphere of influence?
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Dr. Cheryl Brown
Chair and Associate Professor for the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at UNC—Charlotte
Dr. Cheryl Brown is the Chair and Associate Professor for the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at UNC—Charlotte.
Courses she teaches include the Politics of China, East Asia in World Affairs, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence: Privacy, Ethics and Governance, and others.
Her research interests cover China’s Innovative Technology and Artificial Intelligence Policies and the Social and Ethical Implications of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence.