The Cool War: The Future of Global Competition

The United States and China may be divided by political culture and belief, but they are bound together by mutual self-interest. As acclaimed Harvard Law professor Noah Feldman examines the past and current global economic dynamics between East and West, he makes a compelling case for competitive cooperation as the only way forward that can preserve the peace and make winners out of both sides.

Speakers: Noah Feldman
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