Chapter 1. How the U.S. and China Can Redefine Competition and Cooperation through Manufacturing, Tech, and Innovation (Earl Carr and Matt Harris). - Chapter 2. "Welcome, But Verify" The Future of Chinese Companies Listed on the U.S. Stock Exchanges (Kevin Chen). - Chapter 3. Competitive Energy and Climate Statecraft between China and the United States (Dr. Carolyn Kissane). - Chapter 4. Reimagining U.S. Engagement with Latin America and the Caribbean in Response to a Risen China (Ricardo Barrios). - Chapter 5. U.S. Strategy vis- -vis China's Presence in the African Continent: Description and Prescription (Winslow Robertson and Owakhela Kankhwende). - Chapter 6. Rethinking Strategic Alignment with the Gulf States (Yaser Faheem and Asad Hussaini). - Chapter 7. Reshaping U.S.-South Korea-Japan Trilateral Relations (Jeeho Bae). - Chapter 8. Pathways for U.S.-China Climate Cooperation under the Biden Administration (Jackson Ewing). - Chapter 9. The U.S. and Unresolved Cross-Strait Relations: From Trump to Biden (Kwei-Bo Huang). - Chapter 10. Indo-Pacific Diplomacy, the Quad, and Beyond: Democratic Coalition in the Era of U.S.-China Global Competition (Junya Ishii).
About the Author
Earl Carr possesses over twenty years of experience, working in the private sector and non-profit business organizations. Currently, Earl is the Chief Global Strategist at Pivotal Advisors where he manages the Global Research team, provides thought leadership, and spearheads the firm's cross-border business development mandate. He is also an Adjunct Instructor at New York University's Center for Global Affairs and a columnist at Forbes. He is fluent in Chinese.