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Dr. Eddie O’Connor on The 12th Chinese Five Year Plan: Setting the Global Agenda

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Dr. O'Connor provided an analysis of China's 12th five-year plan, drawing on his extensive knowledge of the country, and captured the strategic importance of the plan in business, economic and political terms. This is...

Introduction and Pre-Han Pictorial Art

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I begin by introducing my three major teachers, and go on to outline the background of the series: early attempts at histories of Chinese painting, photographing and cataloguing projects carried out in the 1960s-70s, ...

David O’Sullivan on The EU and the International Trade Agenda 2009-2014

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With G8 leaders pledging to conclude the Doha Round of trade talks in the World Trade Organisation, and President Obama stressing the need to integrate the poorest nations into the global economy during his visit to G...

Paul Krugman on Emerging Markets

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Krugman talks India and China.

How to Win Over the Chinese Consumer

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So deeply rooted, says Tom Doctoroff, is the Western belief in individual freedom, that it is nearly impossible for us to accept the fact that in Chinese culture, the individual does not exist outside of her network o...

Conversations with History – Martin Wolf

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"Causes and Consequences of the Global Economic Collapse" Martin Wolf, Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator, Financial Times Wolf discusses its global origins focusing on the interplay between surplus c...

Peony Pavilion

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Watch clips from the kun opera The Peony Pavilion while writer/producer Kennth Pai (Pai Hsien-yung), Professor Emeritus of Chinese literature and cultural studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, talks ...

Jimmy Carter: China Is More Peaceful Than the U.S.

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Over the next 50 years, China will become a global superpower, but unlike the U.S., it is very careful to avoid the entanglements of war.