Lifelong Learning Class #4: Great Decisions - U.S.-China Trade Rivalry
China’s economic rise and its current policies of increasing the role of the state in the economy have led some U.S. policymakers to seek to deny China access to U.S. technology and investment. This is seen as a necessary corrective to decades of predatory Chinese economic policies. Is this a wise strategy, and how effective can it be?
This winter we are excited to present new topics from global, national and area issues with information to keep us informed and prepared as family members and engaged citizens. We will be continuing the Great Decision Series of programs prepared by the Foreign Policy Association. Briefing books for this series will be provided to those who register for the
Great Decisions Programs, with the expectation that those attending will have read each program’s briefing before the presentation. If you would like to attend a Lifelong Learning program remotely, please inform us upon registration and a Zoom meeting ID will be provided to you.
The Friends of the Charlevoix Public Library, with the generous support of Lynne and Mason Rosenthal present: Winter 2024 Lifelong Learning Program. The Lifelong Learning Program was initiated in 2016 as a means of providing an opportunity to develop a greater understanding of topics and issues of broad interest that may impact us all.