By many measures, America is no longer seen as positively as it once was in China. We track some of these changes.
India and China, the New Superpowers
The UC Berkeley Institute of International Studies presents Anja Manuel, RiceHadley Gates, LLC.
October 6, 2016 5:00pm to 6:30pm
Anja Manuel, RiceHadley Gates, LLC
In the next decade and a half, China and India will become two of the world’s indispensable powers—whether they rise peacefully or not. During that time, Asia will surpass the combined strength of North America and Europe in economic might, population size, and military spending. India and China will have vetoes over many international decisions, from climate change to global trade, human rights, and business standards.
From her front row view of this colossal shift, first at the State Department and now as an advisor to American business leaders, Anja Manuel will take us on an intimate tour of the corridors of power in Delhi and Beijing. We wring our hands about China, Manuel writes, while we underestimate India, which will be the most important country outside the West to shape China’s rise. Manuel shows us that a different path is possible: We can bring China and India along as partners rather than alienating one or both, and thus extend our own leadership in the world.
Co-sponsored by the Center for Chinese Studies and the Institute of East Asian Studies.
Free and Open to the Public