Claire Chu, Principal China Analyst, Janes Information Services
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?
About the speaker:
Claire Chu is a principal China analyst at Janes in Washington, DC. Her research on the Janes Geoeconomic Influence and Threat Intelligence team focuses on the national security implications of China’s global economic activity, including foreign direct investment and capital flows, and the role of the private sector in China’s economic and financial statecraft.
Claire is also a nonresident fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub, a counselor to the Project 2049 Institute’s China Economic and Strategy Initiative, and has testified before Congress about US-China economic and security issues. Her commentary is featured in major media outlets in the United States, Europe, and Asia, including the New York Times, Financial Times, Bloomberg, and Nikkei Asia.