The Beijing Consensus
Stefan Halper argues that China’s political and cultural influence will eventually equal that of the the U.S. and that a genuine partnership between China and the U.S. is not likely. He spoke at the Cato Institute in Washington, D.C.
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Doug Bandow Senior Fellow Cato Institute
Ted Galen Carpenter Vice President Cato Institute->Defense and Foreign Policy Studies
Bonnie S. Glaser Senior Fellow Center for Strategic and International Studies->Freeman Chair in China Studies
Stefan A. Halper Distinguished Fellow Nixon Center
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