A presentation on China’s challenges as they seek to become a market economy but with the essence of a socialist system struggling with political, economic, social and cultural rights and interests. With growing internal pressures, what does this mean for China’s neighbours?

Stephen Kotkin, John P. Birkelund ’52 Professor in History and International Affairs, Princeton University
Moderator: Colin Tate, chief executive, Conexus Financial

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Fiduciary capital has a role to play in international relations and in preserving sovereignty. Returns to members can be sacrificed where it is in the national interest.

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