China has experienced unprecedented growth in the economy and some other area in the past 40 years. The significant changes worsened ideological, geopolitical, and economic conflicts with the U.S. and many other countries, which many believe would lead to a new cold war.
The John L. Thornton China Center at Brookings hosts a panel discussion at 11:00 a.m. ET on Feb. 8, featuring distinguished authors including Christopher Marquis, Sinyi Professorship of Chinese Management, Judge Business School—the University of Cambridge Judge Business School, Stephen Roach, Senior Fellow, Jackson Institute of Global Affairs, Senior Lecturer, School of Management—Yale University, Susan Shirk, Research Professor and Chair, 21st Century China Center—University of California-San Diego, and Zhao Suisheng, Professor of Josef Korbel School of International Studies—Director, Center for China–U.S. Cooperation, to share their prospectives.