China, Britain and Trump: How should Britain deal with China?

This week, the UK government accused China of malicious cyber attacks against the Electoral Commission and China critical employees. In response, the government has announced sanctions against several Chinese state actors.

It comes after previous reporting indicated the government wanted to improve relations with Beijing to de-escalate tensions and encourage trade and investment. Today’s question: How should Britain deal with China? Join us for a thought-provoking discussion hosted by Matthew Lesh, Public Policy and Communications Director, and this week’s guest, Professor Syed Kamall, an Academic Fellow at the IEA and a member of the House of Lords.

Lord Kamall offers expert analysis on the past and current UK foreign policy approach with China. Professor Kamall provides invaluable insights into the complexities of navigating China’s global influence.