Never before in the history of the world has any country amassed power as quickly as China has, over the past quarter century. What were the key steps in the accumulation of this power, both economic and military, and what role did other countries, such as the United States, play in China's rise? What are the key issues facing other countries now as they try to cope with China? Will China be able to continue its steady rise, or will a host of new economic and social problems threaten its economic growth? Chinese workers are growing increasingly unhappy with low wages and poor treatment of urban migrants. Meanwhile, there seems to be growing discontent among middle-class Chinese over air pollution, internet censorship and tainted food and water. Will the Chinese
regime be able to hold things together?
Aspen Institute India invites you to an interaction with Mr James Mann, author-in-residence at Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, to answer and also share his perspectives on the above set of questions.
Mr. Mann is spending two months as the Avantha Senior Fellow at Aspen Institute India.
The session will be Chaired by Mr Shyam Saran, Chairman, National Security Advisory Board & Former Foreign Secretary of India.
Participation is restricted and will be by prior registration only. Registration begins at 5.30 pm.
Wednesday, October 9, 2013 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
WHEREWWF Auditorium, 172-B, Lodhi EstateNew Delhi – 110003
RSVPWednesday, October 9, 2013 by 10:00 AM
Friday, October 4, 2013
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