About Events U.S.-China relations in a turbulent time: Can rivals cooperate? U.S.-China relations in a turbulent time: Can rivals cooperate? May 4, 2020 9:00 AM Online via Zoom Register Join the Miller Center and Professor of Public Policy and Batten's founding dean, Harry Harding, for a virtual edition of the Ambassador William C. Battle Symposium on American Diplomacy as we take an in-depth look at U.S.–Chinese relations during a time of global upheaval. Harry Harding Harry Harding is a specialist on Asia and U.S.-Asian relations. Read full bio Related Content Harry Harding A View from the United States Research Since early June, Hong Kong has been experiencing one of the most serious political crises in its history, arguably the worst since the Maoist-inspired demonstrations against British colonial rule in 1967. The city has been wracked by near-continuous mass protests, some peaceful, some violent. Has U.S. China Policy Failed? Research The United States is immersed in its most intense China policy debate in decades, which will almost certainly get more heated and public in 2016. For a variety of reasons, reviewed here, dissatisfaction with China’s domestic and international evolution has become widespread as has pessimism about the future of U.S.–China relations, leading to a growing debate over three broad ways to revise U.S. policy.