Zachary Karabell argues that the U.S. and Chinese economies have become so intertwined that disrupting either one would have tragic consequences. He spoke at the Carnegie Council in New York City.
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Zachary Karabell President River Twice Research
Joanne J. Myers Director Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs->Public Affairs Programs
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