China and the United States (Conversations with History)

11/10/2008; 52 minutes

Host Harry Kreisler welcomes James Fallows of the Atlantic Monthly for a conversation on U.S-China relations. They discuss the rise of China as a manufacturing superpower, the costs and benefits of economic interdependence between the two countries, and the implications of the relationship for global economic stability. Fallows also talks about the lack of media coverage of the international context of the U.S. financial crisis and speculates on how China will impact the agenda of the next President of the United States. (#15413)

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