Davos 2015: Harvard’s Joseph Nye on China Relations

Professor Joseph Nye shares his thoughts on China with Hub Culture at the World Economic Forum Davos 2015. Externally, Chinese relations with its neighbors have improved, says Nye. Internally, the atmosphere is still tense, with citizens being mindful of what they say.

Professor Joseph Nye shares his thoughts on China with Hub Culture at the World Economic Forum Davos 2015. Externally, Chinese relations with its neighbors have improved, says Nye. Internally, the atmosphere is still tense, with citizens being mindful of what they say.

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