Relations between the US and China are at the tensest point for half a century. Can we look to history to understand why we have reached this point? In the next decade, global prosperity and peace will depend on this bilateral relationship being managed well. How likely are the prospects of that?
In conversation with historian of China Rana Mitter, Robert B. Zoellick will draw on his long experience of public service relating to China and his new book on US diplomacy to discuss these urgent issues.
Robert B. Zoellick has served as President of the World Bank (2007‒12), Deputy US Secretary of State (2005‒6), and US Trade Representative (2001‒5).