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House Intelligence Committee to Hold Virtual Open Hearing on U.S.-China Relations and Its Impact on National Security and Intelligence in a Post-COVID World

House Intelligence Committee to Hold Virtual Open Hearing on U.S.-China Relations and Its Impact on National Security and Intelligence in a Post-COVID World



Washington,
June 29, 2020



Washington, DC – On Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 12:00 pm ET, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) will convene a virtual hearing, U.S.-China Relations and its Impact on National Security and Intelligence in a Post-COVID World. This is the third virtual hearing that the Committee will hold.

Witnesses will discuss the national security and intelligence implications of the downturn in U.S.-China relations, and the COVID-19 pandemic and outline what broader impacts this might have on the international order. In light of these dynamics, witnesses will provide recommendations on what steps the United States should take to ensure the effectiveness of its national security institutions and the intelligence community.





WHO:

Dr. Tanvi Madan – Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, The Brookings Institution

Dr. Evan Medeiros – Penner Family Chair in Asian Studies and Cling Family Distinguished Fellow, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University

Orville Schell – Arthur Ross Director, Center on US-China Relations, Asia Society

Meredith Sumpter – Head of Research Strategy and Operations, Eurasia Group

WHAT:

House Intelligence Committee Open Virtual Hearing: U.S.-China Relations and its Impact on National Security and Intelligence in a Post-COVID World

WHEN:

Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 12:00 pm ET

WHERE:

The Committee will livestream the hearing for the public and press here.

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