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In this Oxford Debate we discuss whether China's global power has reached its peak. How are the country’s economic problems affecting its influence in the region? Will China decouple from the global market?
The first edition of our STATE OF ASIA Conference is history. Speakers from across Asia, Europe and the U.S. and 120 guests joined us at the beautiful Swiss Re Center for Global Dialogue to discuss the key developments in Asia.
In the inaugural State of Asia Address, India's foremost foreign policy thinker C. Raja Mohan talks about new pessimism surrounding Asia's rise, and the need for more European involvement in the region.
With economic growth outrun by every other Asian nation for the first time since 1990, and perspectives for the near future bleak, where is it hurting in China's economy, what is being done to turn that around, and what are global effects?
Psychologist and Author Scott Haas discusses his newest book release, how to work in a multi-cultural context, his experiences in Japan, and how we can resolve conflicts more efficiently through improved intercultural understanding.
James Crabtree, Executive Director of IISS-Asia, joins us from Singapore to talk about the effects of increasing tensions between China and other great powers on Southeast Asia, and whether this is still 'the Asian Century'.