This hugely successful TED talk in London has now had over 4 million views. Martin Jacques asks: How do we in the West make sense of China and its phenomenal rise?
British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt was in Beijing in July on his first major overseas trip since taking office. The occasion, the 9th China-U.K. Strategic Dialogue, an event that serves to reinforce ties between the two countries.
Discussing the growing relationship between China and the United Kingdom on The Heat were Martin Jacques, senior fellow at the Department of Politics and International Studies at Cambridge University and author of When China Rules the World; Peter Ho, an economist and a research fellow at the London School of Economics; Philippe Le Corre, a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School; Nathan King is a CGTN Correspondent based in Washington, D.C.
In October 2017, China’s 19th Party Congress adopted the ‘Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era’ – giving the Chinese leader a status unmatched except by Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping.
George Magnus, author of the new book, ‘Red Flags: Why Xi’s China is in Jeopardy’, joined the Asia House Bagri Foundation Literature Festival to discuss the implications of this “new era” for China. He was in conversation with Martin Jacques, author of the global bestseller ‘When China Rules the World: The Rise of the Middle Kingdom and the End of the Western World,’ and Dr Yu Jie, Head of China Foresight at LSE.
This event took place on as part of the Asia House Bagri Foundation Literature Festival 2018.
China is marking a major milestone this year. It is now 40 years since the country began to open up and launch economic reforms.
Today, China has been transformed. It has seen rapid economic development and has pulled more than 800 million people out of poverty. It is also playing a major role in the global economy and is a leader in promoting globalization and free trade. Meanwhile, Chinese President Xi Jinping is promising more reform and opening up as the country plans for the next phase of development.
Discussing China’s 40 year transformation on The Heat were Pingkang Yu, the Chief Economist with Changjiang Pension Insurance Company; Perry Wong, the Managing Director of Research at the Milken Institute; Anil Gupta, a professor at the University of Maryland and Chairman of the China India Institute in Washington; and Martin Jacques, Senior Fellow at the Department of Politics and International Studies at Cambridge University.
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In a New Year’s address, Chinese President Xi Jinping lauded the country’s accomplishments in 2017 and gave a road map for China’s priorities in 2018.
2017 has been a big year for China – from President Xi’s travels to Davos to hosting the first Belt and Road Initiative Forum to the 19th CPC Meeting. China is taking the lead across the world and at home. So what’s the outlook for the country this year?
To discuss President Xi’s speech and the future of China in 2018: Victor Gao, a Chinese international relations expert Dan Wang, a China analyst with The Economist Intelligence Unit; Martin Jacques, author of “When China Rules the World” and a senior fellow in politics and international studies at Cambridge University; Jacques deLisle, a professor and director of the Center for East Asian Studies at the University of Pennsylvania.
On October 19th, Martin Jacques did this one-to-one interview on China in Washington DC with Anand Naidoo, the host of The Heat, CGTN America’s flagship current affairs programme.
A panel discussion on the eve of the 19th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party broadcast by CGTN America. The participants are: Zhou Jingxin, Minister-Counselor and Chief of the Political Section at the Chinese Embassy in the United States; Keyu Jin, a professor at the London School of Economics; Martin Jacques, author of “When China Rules the World”; and Wang Guan, chief political correspondent for CCTV America
Appearing on CGTN’s current affairs programme The Heat, Martin Jacques discusses the speech by Wang Yi, China’s Foreign Minister, to the United Nations General Assembly, following President Trump earlier address, with: Qinduo Xu, a political analyst for China Radio International; Afshin Molavi, a senior fellow with the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and Sourabh Gupta an Asia-Pacific international relations analyst and a Resident Senior Fellow with the Institute for China-America Studies.
To discuss the future of the “one country, two systems” model in Hong Kong is Zou Yue, anchor of CGTN’s China24, Martin Jacques, author of the bestselling book “When China Rules the World: the End of the Western World and the Birth of a New Global Order” and James Keith, former U.S. Consul General to Hong Kong and currently runs the Asia practice at McLarty Associates.