In 2005, then-Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick used the term “responsible stakeholder” to address how China should wield its influence in the coming future. In his remarks, he classified the U.S.-China relationship as one that must be built on not only shared interests, but shared values. A decade later, how has China contributed positively to the international system and met U.S. expectations as a responsible stakeholder? Going forward, what challenges, changes, and concerns will shape China’s developing role in global and regional affairs? The Institute’s Evan Feigenbaum addressed these questions, and more, in a keynote speech at Project 2049 in Washington, D.C.