Rivals: How the Power Struggle Between China, India & Japan Will Shape Our Next Decade

June 17, 2008
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6-6:30 pm Registration
6:30-8 pm Program (reception to follow)

In his latest book, Bill Emmott, the former Editor in Chief of the Economist, takes on the growing rivalry between China, India and Japan—and what it means for America, the global economy and the 21st century. Going against conventional wisdom, Emmott argues that these three Asian powers are closely intertwined by their fierce competition for influence, markets and resources. Rivals explains and explores the ways in which these sometimes bitter rivalries will play out over the next decade. Moderated by Adam Segal, Maurice Greenberg Senior Fellow in China Studies, Council on Foreign Relations. Followed by a booksigning and reception. Co-sponsored by Asia Society.

This is an offsite program held at Asia Society, 725 Park Avenue, New York, NY. It will also be available online via live Webcast at www.asiasociety.org. Internet listeners will be able to ask questions and offer comments by e-mail during the webcast. Please send your questions to [email protected].

Tickets: $15/$10 Japan Society & Asia Society members and students with ID.
To purchase tickets, call the Asia Society box office at (212) 517-ASIA or visit https://tickets.asiasociety.org.

  • Tuesday, June 17, 2008
  • 6:00 pm