Old geographies, new orders — China, India and the future of Asia: Rush Doshi at TEDxFulbright
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Why are China and India so populous? How did they account for half of global GDP for centuries? Why did they fall from wealth and power? What does their reemergence mean for the future? What connects past and present is the enduring relevance of geography.
Fulbright from the US to China, 2011. Defense Analyst, Long Term Strategy Group. Rush uses the distant past to think about the future. He’s so convinced that China and India will play pivotal roles in tomorrow’s world that he learned Mandarin and Hindi. He’s traveled the eastern Himalayas, the China-Burma border, and the mountain passes between China and Pakistan.
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