Executive Roundtable: Europe's Challenging Relationship with ChinaVIEW EVENT DETAILS
[INVITATION ONLY] A Pre-Oxford Debate Briefing with Noah Barkin
Join us for a pre-Oxford Debate Executive Roundtable with Noah Barkin, moderated by Markus Herrmann, on the European relationship with China and how it developed over the past years.
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Noah Barkin is a Senior Advisor in Rhodium Group’s China practice, based in Berlin, where he focuses on Europe-China relations and transatlantic China policy. He is also a Visiting Senior Fellow in the Asia Program at the German Marshall Fund of the United States and creator of the popular "Watching China in Europe" newsletter. Previously he worked as a bureau chief, regional editor and Europe correspondent for Reuters, based in Berlin, Paris, London and New York. He has also written for The Atlantic, The New York Times, Foreign Policy and Politico, and been quoted in publications including The Economist, Financial Times, New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Noah is a regular speaker and moderator on European foreign policy issues and the author of a book on the euro. He has been a visiting fellow at the Mercator Institute for China Studies in Berlin and the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies in Washington. A native Californian, he has a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and French from the University of California at Berkeley and a Master's degree from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs.
Markus Herrmann is Co-Founder and Managing Director of China Macro Group (CMG). He is an experienced advisor to European corporate and public sector clients on the Chinese market and an expert in China’s economic, trade and S&T policies, political cooperation and government affairs strategies. Prior to China Macro Group, he worked as Government Affairs Director with Bayer MaterialScience in China and as Management Consultant with Boston Consulting Group in its Shanghai, Hong Kong and Zurich offices. He is a Strategic Advisor Europe to Caixin Global and engages in several board and advisory board roles including CEIBS Zurich, SCCC, UZH AOI, Swiss Forum on Foreign Policy and Stein am Rhein Symposium. Markus holds a B.A. and M.A. in Law from the Universities of Geneva and Bern as well as CAS degrees from ETHZ in public policy and from the University of Zurich in applied ethics.