China in the 21st Century
Bernard and Irene Schwartz Distinguished Speakers Series
Dan Blumenthal, Roger Hertog (moderator)
Tue, December 1 | 6 pm ET | $20 (Members $10)


Presented LIVE on Zoom

In recent decades, China has emerged as America’s most challenging strategic competitor. As the world’s most populous nation vies to expand its sphere of influence in the Indo-Pacific region, author Dan Blumenthal, in conversation with Roger Hertog, unravels the story of how China got to where they are today, where they will go next, and what that will mean for the future of U.S. strategy.

Dan Blumenthal, director of Asian Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, is the author of The China Nightmare: The Grand Ambitions of a Decaying State. Roger Hertog (moderator) is president of the Hertog Foundation, chairman of the Tikvah Fund, and chairman emeritus of the New-York Historical Society.


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