Monday, July 23, 2012

LINGERIE chinese model ??????

Dalian 2007 - BBC World Debate China: Resolving Tensions of Growth 03.10.2007 China: Resolving Tensions of Growth In partnership with the World Economic Forum, and with the participation of leading Chinese experts, the BBC World Debate explores the tensions created by China's breathtaking economic growth. Economic success is quickly reshaping the nation's fortunes, creating new business and social expectations, and transforming society. How will the Chinese model maintain a balanced and sustainable path of rapid economic development, protect the environment and maintain social stability? Discussion Leaders Pierre E. Cohade, President, Asia-Pacific Region, Goodyear Tire Management Company (Shanghai), People's Republic of China Fan Gang, Director, National Economic Research Institute, China Reform Foundation, People's Republic of China CS Kiang, Chairman, Environment Fund, Peking University, People's Republic of China Wu Qing, Member of the Board, Beijing Cultural Development Center for Rural Women, People's Republic of China; Social Entrepreneur Facilitated by Nik Gowing, Main Presenter, BBC World, United Kingdom

Conversations With History - Francis Fukuyama

Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes Francis Fukuyama for a discussion of his new book, The Origins of Political Order. Fukuyama traces his intellectual odyssey, discusses the origins of "The End of History" thesis, and describes the influence of Samuel Huntington. The conversation moves on to focus on the problem of political order. Fukayama identifies his purpose in writing the new book, the importance of history and comparative studies to the development of his arguments, the relevance of insights from the biological sciences, and the role of ideas in institution building. He compares the evolution of the state in China and India and then assesses the relevance of the Chinese model of state power in an era of globalization. He then offers an analysis of the neo-conservative agenda. He concludes with advice for students as they prepare for the future.