The 32nd annual Camden Conference, which took place on February 22-24, 2019, asked the question,”Is This China’s Century?” Our ten speakers explored China as it emerges as a major global power, facing complex challenges in its domestic economic, social, environmental, and political affairs, as well as in its relations with Asian neighbors, the United States, and the broader international community
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What Will China Be Like as a Great Power?
Senior Fellow, Cambridge University; Visiting Professor, Tsinghua and Fudon Universities
How the West (and Beijing) Got China Wrong
Yuen Yuen Ang
Associate Professor Political Science, University of Michigan
Is the China Model Sustainable?
International Program Professor in Chinese Economy and Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
China’s Rise from Imitation to Innovation
George S. Yip
Professor of Marketing and Strategy, Imperial College Business School, London
What Makes China’s Tech Tick?
Host, Sinica Podcast; Editor-at-Large, SupChina.com
Building a Community of Common Destiny with China’s Neighbors
Professor and Dean, Institute of International Studies; Director, Center for American Studies, Fudan University (Shanghai)
Japan’s View of China’s Rise and the Prospect of Japan-China Relations
Co-Director, East Asia Program & Director, Japan Program, The Stimson Center
China’s Role in the Global Environment
Director, Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs (Beijing)
The Xi Vision
C. V. Starr Senior Fellow & Director for Asia Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
U. S.-China Relations: A New Era in Need of New Ideas
Director, Kissinger Institute on China and the United States, Woodrow Wilson Center
Saturday Morning Panel
Saturday Afternoon Panel
Sunday Morning Panel