London – ‘China’s One Belt One Road: Genghis Khan’s Sword or Zheng He’s Porcelain?’ with Miranda Carr, Head of China Thematic Research, Haitong Bank UK, and Agatha Kratz, Associate Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations

London – ‘China’s One Belt One Road: Genghis Khan’s Sword or Zheng He’s Porcelain?’ with Miranda Carr, Head of China Thematic Research, Haitong Bank UK, and Agatha Kratz, Associate Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations

  Miranda Carr is Haitong’s Senior Analyst and Head of China Thematic Research. Miranda has over 10 years’ experience in equity research with an expertise in the interpretation of Chinese longer-term Government plans and shorter-term themes. Miranda’s research focuses on

London – ‘Will Africa Feed China? Rumors and Realities’ with Deborah Bräutigam, Director of the International Development Program, SAIS Johns Hopkins

London – ‘Will Africa Feed China? Rumors and Realities’ with Deborah Bräutigam, Director of the International Development Program, SAIS Johns Hopkins

Dr. Deborah Bräutigam is the Bernard L. Schwartz Professor of Political Economy, Director of the International Development Program, and Director of the China Africa Research Initiative at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Her most recent books

Shanghai – ‘From Competition to Confrontation? Maritime Disputes and the China-U.S. Geopolitical Game in East Asia’ with Xin Qiang, Deputy Director for the Institute of American Studies, Fudan University

Shanghai – ‘From Competition to Confrontation? Maritime Disputes and the China-U.S. Geopolitical Game in East Asia’ with Xin Qiang, Deputy Director for the Institute of American Studies, Fudan University

This event will be held on November 16, 2015. Contact YCW Shanghai at shanghai@youngchinawatchers.com to receive the invitation and subscribe to YCW Shanghai to be the first to hear about upcoming events. Xin Qiang is Professor and Deputy Director at the