Mitigate the risks of doing business in China amid an increasingly fragmented global trade landscape
Is China still a cost-effective trade partner? How will the deterioration in US-China relations affect global trade? How will businesses be affected by efforts to de-risk and diversify?
We help our clients navigate the increasingly complex geopolitical and internal drivers affecting businesses operating in China.
“Rising tensions and brinkmanship mean a growing possibility of disruption to companies operating in the region.”
Ian leads senior client engagements across a number of sectors and territories. He has spent the last 20 years advising corporate and government leaders on geopolitics and national and regional security issues.View Profile
Meghan L. O’Sullivan
Meghan provides strategic counsel on geopolitics and the energy transition. She is director of the Belfer Center and the Jeane Kirkpatrick Professor of the Practice of International Affairs at Harvard Kennedy School. She was previously a deputy national security advisor to President George W. Bush.
Ian leads senior client engagements across a number of sectors and territories. He has spent the last 20 years advising corporate and government leaders on geopolitics and national and regional security issues.
Hal advises clients on US policy. He is the Henry A. Kissinger Distinguished Professor of Global Affairs at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.
Evan is vice president for studies at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, overseeing research on East Asia and South Asia. He was formerly the deputy assistant secretary of state for South Asia in the US State Department.
Adam is a Senior Advisor at MAP and advises clients on US and sanctions policy. He was formerly the Acting Under Secretary for Terrorism & Financial Intelligence, US Treasury.