What the U.S. Can Learn from China
Ann Lee argues that the approach that China has taken to achieve its current growth should be studied and, in some ways, copied by U.S. planners. After her presentation she was interviewed by Patricia Ellis and responded to questions from members of the audience. Topics included current foreign policy toward China. This Author Series Event of the Women’s Foreign Policy Group was a luncheon program held at Demos in New York City. close
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Patricia Ellis Co-Founder and President Women's Foreign Policy Group
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