Listen as President Peter Salovey and other experts talk about defining a long-term strategic agenda for U.S. relations with China. Panelists will include Nuno Monteiro, associate professor of political science and director of international security studies; Stephen Roach, senior fellow at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs; Jing Tsu, professor of East Asian languages and literatures and comparative literature; and Aleh Tsyvinski, the Arthur M. Okun Professor of Economics. Jamil Anderlini, Asia editor for the Financial Times, will moderate. Free. Rm. 2400, Edward P. Evans Hall, 165 Whitney Ave. 4 p.m.
View a screening of Stanley Kubrick’s film that follows the teenage Alex and his gang of “droogs” on a trail of rape, murder, and “ultraviolence” leading to his eventual psychological “rehabilitation.” Free. Whitney Humanities Center, 53 Wall St. 7 p.m.
Attend a conference that will address a broad range of questions at the intersection of medicine, robotics, and artificial intelligence, including the regulatory challenges of telemedicine, the privacy implications of these technological developments, and the impact of these challenges on health care disparities, costs, and doctor-patient relationships. Free. Sterling Law Buildings, 127 Wall St. All day.
Enjoy A Different Drum Dance Company’s fall showcase of original student choreography. The group will perform dance numbers with comedic interludes. Free; reserve tickets through eventbrite. Morse Crescent Theatre, 304 York St. 2 p.m. & 6 p.m.
Experience the new drama from two-time Tony Award winner Peter Brook and his longtime collaborator Marie-Hélène Estienne that examines the complexities of crime, justice, and compassion in a new international production. The play will continue through Nov. 17. Tickets: $12-$92. Yale Repertory Theatre, 1120 Chapel St. 8 p.m.
Attend a performance of scenes from celebrated comic and tragic operas, including Tchaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin,” Thomas’ “Hamlet,” Donizetti’s “Roberto Devereux,” and Offenbach’s “The Tales of Hoffmann.” Tickets: $5-$12. Morse Recital Hall, 470 College St. 7:30 p.m.
Listen to a talk by diplomat and author Omar Ghobash, followed by a discussion with Abdul-Rehman Malik, postgraduate associate at the Council on Middle East Studies and 2017 World Fellow. Comments by Zareena Grewal, associate professor of American studies, Middle East studies, and religious studies, and Kishwar Rizvi, professor of Islamic art and architecture and chair of the Council on Middle East Studies. Free. Rm. 101, Henry R. Luce Hall, 34 Hillhouse Ave. 4 p.m.
View a screening of an experimental feature film, adapted from the ancient Sanskrit treatise, which centers on a metaphysical dialogue in which Yama instructs Nachiketa about the path to enlightenment. Free. Whitney Humanities Center, 53 Wall St. 2 p.m.