Foreign Policy Research Institute A Nation Must Think Before it Acts China’s Next Act: How Sustainability and Technology are Reshaping China’s Rise and the World’s Future

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China’s Next Act: How Sustainability and Technology are Reshaping China’s Rise and the World’s Future

December 20, 2022 | 11:00 am to 12:00 pm | Asia Program

About the Event

China's Next Act: How Sustainability and Technology are Reshaping China's Rise and the World's Future

In his new book, China's Next Act, Scott M. Moore addresses how climate change, emerging technologies, and the Covid-19 pandemic are changing China's relationship with the world. China has become indispensable to addressing these increasingly pressing, shared global challenges. Yet sustainability and technology also are focal points for intensified economic, geopolitical, and ideological competition with China.

In conversation with FPRI Asia Program Director Jacques deLisle, Moore will discuss these developments and the prospects for competition—both healthy and destructive—and cooperation with China, and the implications for governments, companies, and organizations around the world.


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Speakers

Scott Moore

Scott Moore - Scott Moore is Director of China Programs and Strategic Initiatives at the University of Pennsylvania, Scott Moore works with faculty members from across the University to design, implement, and highlight innovative, high-impact global research initiatives in areas including sustainability and emerging technology.

Jacques deLisle

Jacques deLisle - Jacques deLisle is the Director of the Asia Program at the Foreign Policy Research Institute. He is also the Stephen A. Cozen Professor of Law, Professor of Political Science, and Director of the Center for the Study of Contemporary China at the University of Pennsylvania.