The United States and China are the two post powerful states in the world and they decisively shape global governance. This seminar brings together three experts to discuss and debate contestation between the U.S. and China in key issue areas including financial governance, cyber security, humanitarian intervention, and climate change. What are the sources of contestation? What will the future hold? To what extent will the United States and China clash, compete, and cooperate over the rules and institutions of global governance? Will a 'grand bargain’ emerge and, if so, what will be the drivers, and what will it look like?