November 1, 2018

 Henry (Hank) A. Levine

In late September, the US-Chinese relationship took a turn for the worse in economic and national security terms. What happened? What is the state of play and what does this mean for US companies and other American businesses in terms of trade with our single largest trading partner? What is the state of the Chinese economy? Are the Trump administration’s tariff wars justified? Are they effective? Or has the relationship between these two giants soured so much that economic disagreements also affect national security and other interests?

Henry (Hank) A. LevineHank Levine is a Senior Advisor with the Albright Stonebridge Group — a strategic advisory firm in Washington, DC. As a senior member of the firm’s multimillion-dollar China practice Mr. Levine helps international firms deepen their interactions with government and non-government entities in China and resolve business issues.

Before entering the private sector Mr. Levine spent 25 years as a Foreign Service Officer with the US Department of State. In this capacity he served twice in the State Department’s Office of China Affairs, twice at the US Embassy in Beijing, and as US Consul General in Shanghai. Following his tour in Shanghai he served for three years as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Asia at the US Department of Commerce. In that capacity he was the senior China advisor to two secretaries of Commerce and lead negotiator for the annual US-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade.

Mr. Levine is a member of the National Committee on US China Relations and a member of the Advisory Council of the US-China Education Trust, where he previously served as Executive Director. Mr. Levine has a B.A. in Political Science from Bucknell University. He did graduate work in international affairs at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. He is a graduate, with distinction, from the US National War College. He is fluent in Chinese (Mandarin).

Time: 12-2 pm

Location:

The Hotel Santa Fe (#Kiva C),
1501 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501

The SFWAF program is from 12:00 noon – 2:00 pm.

Cost for this lunch session is $25 for members and $35 for non-members. 

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Mr. Levine will also be speaking to World Affairs Council – Albuquerque, Wednesday evening Oct. 31.

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The Speaker

Henry (Hank) A. Levine
Henry (Hank) A. LevineSenior Advisor with the Albright Stonebridge Group
Henry (Hank) A. Levine is a Senior Advisor with the Albright Stonebridge Group — a strategic advisory firm in Washington, DC. As a senior member of the firm’s multimillion-dollar China practice Mr. Levine helps international firms deepen their interactions with government and non-government entities in China and resolve business issues.

Before entering the private sector Mr. Levine spent 25 years as a Foreign Service Officer with the US Department of State. In this capacity he served twice in the State Department’s Office of China Affairs, twice at the US Embassy in Beijing, and as US Consul General in Shanghai. Following his tour in Shanghai he served for three years as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Asia at the US Department of Commerce. In that capacity he was the senior China advisor to two secretaries of Commerce and lead negotiator for the annual US-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade.

Mr. Levine is a member of the National Committee on US China Relations and a member of the Advisory Council of the US-China Education Trust, where he previously served as Executive Director. Mr. Levine has a B.A. in Political Science from Bucknell University. He did graduate work in international affairs at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. He is a graduate, with distinction, from the US National War College. He is fluent in Chinese (Mandarin).

Where

The SFWAF Program will be at The Hotel Santa Fe, Kiva C, 1501 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501.

Directions:  The Hotel Santa Fe is located at the intersection of Paseo de Peralta and Cerrillos Road and is not far from the Santa Fe Railyard on Guadalupe. Free parking is available on a space available basis at the hotel. Phone: 855-825-9876.

From Albuquerque: take I-25 to the St. Francis Exit, exit towards the north. Continue on St. Francis Drive 2.1 miles, turn right onto Cerrillos Rd, the hotel is on the left shortly after the Paseo de Peralta intersection.

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Parking

Where:
The Hotel Santa Fe (#Kiva C)
1501 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501

Free parking is available on a space available basis at the hotel.  Phone:  855-825-9876

Directions:
The Hotel Santa Fe
is located at the intersection of Paseo de Peralta and Cerrillos Road and is not far from the Santa Fe Railyard on Guadalupe. Free parking is available on a space available basis at the hotel. Phone: 855-825-9876.

From Albuquerque: take I-25 to the St. Francis Exit, exit towards the north. Continue on St. Francis Drive 2.1 miles, turn right onto Cerrillos Rd, the hotel is on the left shortly after the Paseo de Peralta intersection.