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Commentaries by Carla Park Freeman

Carla Park Freeman

Associate Director and Research Professor, China Studies Program, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies

Dr. Carla Park Freeman conducts research on Chinese foreign and domestic policy with a current focus on regional dynamics, environmental politics and security, and China's role in international organizations; She is a PhD in International relations, Johns Hopkins SAIS.
  • Oct 18 , 2016

    Friction between Washington and Beijing may be growing, but the Paris climate change agreement stands out as a powerful example of what can be achieved when the U.S. and China cooperate. In the context of U.S. climate politics, cooperation with China may do little to persuade opponents of climate change policy whose views are rooted in denial of climate change. However, cooperation between the two countries in tandem with the Paris Agreement has engendered a sense among industry leaders that sustained competitiveness must involve adapting to a low carbon economy.

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