Emerging Markets

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Challenges and Opportunities in Africa: A Conversation with Nicky Oppenheimer

Join Nicky Oppenheimer as he discusses some of the lessons and opportunities for Africa that have arisen from the global economic crisis, including how business contributes to sustainable development, the importance of international trade and flows of real investment in building diversified and sustainable economies, and the importance of effective African participation in international and multilateral institutions.

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Foreign Policy: The Dark Side of China's Rise

China’s economic boom has dazzled investors and captivated the world. But beyond the new high-rises and churning factories lie rampant corruption, vast waste, and an elite with little interest in making things better. Forget political reform. China’s future will be decay, not democracy.

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Book Party for "No One's World: The West, the Rising Rest, and the Coming Global Turn" by Charlie Kupchan

In No One's World: The West, the Rising Rest, and the Coming Global Turn, Charles A. Kupchan argues that the world is headed for political and ideological diversity. The twenty-first century will not belong to America, China, Asia, or anyone else. It will be no one's world. Kupchan provides a detailed strategy for striking a bargain between the West and the rising rest by fashioning a new consensus on issues of legitimacy, sovereignty, and governance.

Related Readings:

No One's World: The West, the Rising Rest, and the Coming Global Turn, by Charles A. Kupchan

"The West's Comeback: Renewal Starts at Home," by Charles A. Kupchan

Bio of Charles A. Kupchan

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John B. Hurford Memorial Lecture: Lessons from Emerging Markets

Join Joyce Chang, Richard Clarida, and Peter Henry for a discussion of how emerging markets have responded to the global recession of 2008-2009 and potential lessons for developed countries.

Inaugurated in 2002 in memory of Council member John B. Hurford, this annual lecture features individuals who represent critical new thinking in foreign policy and international affairs.

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