37 min

Joshua Eisenman | China's Asymmetric Global Advantage and Defining "Relational Power" The Negotiation

    • Marketing

In this episode of The Negotiation, we speak with Joshua Eisenman, Associate Professor at the Keough School of Global Affairs @ the University of Notre Dame and Senior Fellow for China Studies at the American Foreign Policy Council in Washington DC. This show takes us deep into the relationship China has with both the developed world and the developing world. We look at the current state of affairs and try to explain the path it has taken over the last 40 years. I ask Joshua whether the PRC treats different areas of the developing world differently, and how the one belt one road initiative fits in with their global strategy. Joshua also talks about why we shouldn’t see China stretching their reach as necessarily worrisome to other countries or politicians and why. We end the discussion discussing what global organizations can learn from China’s efforts in bridging the divide between the developing and developed worlds. Enjoy.

In this episode of The Negotiation, we speak with Joshua Eisenman, Associate Professor at the Keough School of Global Affairs @ the University of Notre Dame and Senior Fellow for China Studies at the American Foreign Policy Council in Washington DC. This show takes us deep into the relationship China has with both the developed world and the developing world. We look at the current state of affairs and try to explain the path it has taken over the last 40 years. I ask Joshua whether the PRC treats different areas of the developing world differently, and how the one belt one road initiative fits in with their global strategy. Joshua also talks about why we shouldn’t see China stretching their reach as necessarily worrisome to other countries or politicians and why. We end the discussion discussing what global organizations can learn from China’s efforts in bridging the divide between the developing and developed worlds. Enjoy.

37 min

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