Is it a cause for concern that China is blazing through economic, military, and financial progress? Are their burgeoning ambitions mere selfishness or will they assume moral responsibility over the international community? In a world where whoever screams the loudest gets heard, we question if the strategic intentions of Xi’s politburo have been distorted. Is the superpower tussle between China and the US inevitable? The time is fast approaching.
Hoffman boasts 30 years as a resident analyst and business developer in China, and as thought leader, strategy advisor, and top management consultant on a wide range of China and Asia business development and organizational effectiveness issues. Prior to joining The Conference Board, Hoffman led the Technology-InfoComms-Entertainment Advisory practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers in China for 21 years. He is a lifelong student of contemporary Chinese political science and economics, and a graduate of Chinese Studies from UC San Diego.
Steven Okun served in the administration of President Bill Clinton from 1994-1999, and is a veteran of numerous Democratic political campaigns, including the US Presidential campaigns in 1988, 1996 and 2000. He is currently the founder and CEO of APAC Advisors.
Kanti Bajpai is Director and Wilmar Professor of Asian Studies at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, and is currently working on a book on India-China relations. Prior to the LKY School, he was Professor of International Politics at Jawaharlal Nehru University, and Professor in the Politics and International Relations of South Asia at the University of Oxford. Kanti writes a regular column for the Times of India (New Delhi).
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