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Feb 18, 2015 8:00pm EST
chinese strategy argues that china has a secret plan to supplant the u.s. as the world's largest superpower by 2049. he makes the case in his book, "the hundred-year marathon"." he recently talked about his book at the hutson institute in washington d.c.. this is an our and a half. >> good afternoon. i hope all of you can hear me. i am husain haqqani the director for south and central asia here at the hudson institute and it's a pleasure for me today to host this discussion on "the hundred-year marathon," the book by michael pillsbury who is now a senior fellow and director for chinese strategy here at the hudson institute. he's a distinguished defense policy adviser former high-ranking government. he served under the reagan and george h.w. bush administrations. the book which i commend to everyone in the audience preferably properly bought in hardcover, paid for. actually reveals how the people's peoples republic of china census funding has had a long-time goal to establish china's preeminence and michael thinks it is outwitted the united states in the process. not long ago i wr
CSPAN
Feb 15, 2015 6:15pm EST
chinese institute -- hudson institute writes that china has a plan to replace the u.s. as the largest power by 2049. it's next on booktv [inaudible conversations] >> good afternoon. i hope all of you can hear me. i'm the director for south and central asia here at the hudson institute and it is a pleasure for me to host a market discussion on the hundred year by michael paul sperry is a senior fellow and director for chinese strategy at the hudson institute and a distinguished defense policy, high-ranking government official and numerous books and china. he served under the ronald reagan and george w. bush administrations. the book which i recommend to everyone in the audience preferably a factually since its founding has a long-term goal to establish the dominance and that michael thinks that it has albert in the united states process. not long ago i wrote a book on pakistan u.s. relations after having served as the ambassador to the u.s. there were magnificent delusions which i make a similar argument. [laughter] everybody seems to outright washington, d.c. and here is my ta
CSPAN
Feb 18, 2015 11:39pm EST
advisor, former high-ranking government official and author of numerous books and reports on china. the book which i commend to everyone in the audience preferably probably bought in hardcover the people's republic of china since its founding has been pursuing its long-term goal to reestablish chinese preeminence and michael thinks it has outwitted the united states in the process not not long ago i wrote a book on pakistani us relations. magnificent illusions in which i make a similar argument. it seems everybody manages to outwit washington dc. the american government assumes that the others basically want the same thing that they do. there is an assumption that that is what they want for their is a simple view of american foreign-policy in particular the superpower has been based on a very simple binary, who can we bomb who can we take at school lunch it went from the country that wants to bomb and take out to lunch. it has become far more interesting before we get started with michael's comments in my own question question-and-answer and then open it to question and answers fro
CSPAN
Feb 22, 2015 12:45am EST
that china has a secret plan to replace the u.s.es as the world's largest power by 2049. next on booktv. [inaudible] >> good afternoon. i hope all of you can hear me. i'm the director of central asia here at the hudson institute and it's a pleasure for me today to host a discussion on the hundred year marathon the book by michael pillsbury who is now a senior fellow and director for chinese strategy here at the out son institute. he is a distinguished defense policy adviser, former high-ranking government official and author of numerous books and reports on china. he served under the reagan and george h.w. bush administrations. the book which i commend to everyone in the audience, preferably properly bought in hard cover, paid for, that's the way one helps fellow authors. actually how the people's republic of china since its founding has been pursuing a long are-term goal to re-establish chinese global reeminence michael thinks it has outwitted the ute in the process. not long ago i wrote a become on pakistan-u.s. relations after having servedded a adam boars and i make a similar argume
CSPAN
Feb 22, 2015 2:00pm EST
china since its founding has been pursuing a long-term goal to reestablish chinese global preeminence and michael thanks it has outfitted the united states in the process. not long ago i wrote a book on pakistan u.s. relations after having served as pakistan u.s. in which i'm a consumer argument. it seems everybody manages to outwit the period and here is my take is a foreigner and most americans. the reason is that the american have always as soon that the others they simply want the same thing that they do. so there is an assumption that that is what they want, so therefore they have a relatively simple world to american foreign policy since america's preeminence after the second world war and based on a very simple binary. who can we bomb? who can retake out to lunch? so china is a unique country because they went from being a country that belonged on the two bomb list to take out to lunch list. and it has become a lunch so therefore it has become far more interesting. before we get started with michael's comment and i am question-and-answer with him and then open it to questions a
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