Live From Washington

In June 2020, USCET launched its Live from Washington online series, focusing on the 2020 US Presidential Election. Already touted as the most consequential election in our lifetime, this series will feature prominent experts from academia, government, the Congress, business and the media to unravel the mysteries of American elections, its impact on the economy, American society, and the future of US-China relations. Insiders will take you behind the scenes to follow the campaign trail and provide a roadmap of what to watch out for on the way to the general election in November.




"Media Impact on the 2020 US Elections: Professionalism, Partisanship, and Pandemic" - Monday, August 31st, 2020

Fred Barnes, Washington Examiner

Joie Chen, Northwestern University

Ron Elving, NPR News

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"Voting Your Pocketbook: Economics, Trade, and Business Implications for US Presidential Elections" - Thursday, July 16th, 2020

Amy Celico, Albright Stonebridge Group

Bob Davis, Wall Street Journal

William Reinsch, CSIS

Alan Beebe, AmCham China

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"Demystifying US Elections In the Time of COVID-19" - Monday, June 1st, 2020

Dr. James Thurber, American University

Dr. Stephen Wayne, Georgetown University

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