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China’s future is one of the most important variables in international affairs. What are the principal variables affecting the nation’s future trajectory and what are the likely future scenarios for China? In this session, Professor David Shambaugh will discuss his
China is at a critical juncture in the development of its economy, society, polity, national security, and international relations. The direction it takes at this turning point will determine whether it stalls or continues to develop and prosper. Will China
The global impact of China’s technology firms and how entrepreneurs like Alibaba’s Jack Ma are changing China’s economy. We invite Duncan Clark, Chairman and Founder of BDA China to discuss. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ycw-london-globalization-made-in-china-8th-may-monday-tickets-34089051270 Duncan Clark Duncan is a recognized expert on the
YCW recently partnered with the Lau China Institute at King’s College London to launch an essay competition on the topic: “How will China change the world?” One of the runners-up, Matthew Phan, delivered a comprehensive analysis of China’s economic growth and its impact on current thinking about trajectories of development.
In recent years Moscow has been reaching out to Asian powers, especially China, trying to replace the West as a as a major market for Russian exports and source of capital and investment. Western sanctions, following the annexation of Crimea