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Historian and diplomat Joseph Nye gives us the 30,000-foot view of the shifts in power between China and the US, and the global implications as economic, political and "soft" power shifts and moves around the globe.

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Host Harry Kreisler welcomes Harvard's Joseph S. Nye, Jr., for a discussion of his new book, "The Future of Power." Nye offers a typology of power and explains the importance of a strategy shaped by an intelligent assessment of context and resources.

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Host Harry Kreisler welcomes Professor Joseph S. Nye, Jr., Dean of the Kennedy School at Harvard for a discussion of his distinguished career in the university and in public service.

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Joseph Nye says, "In the information age, the mark of a great power is not just whose army wins, but also whose story wins." This talk includes his thoughts on China, Egypt, Afghanistan, Iran, and more.

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The series examines how concepts like the balance of power and the international system interweave with history.

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In the 16th century, control of colonies and gold bullion gave Spain the edge; 17th-century Netherlands profited from trade and finance; 18th-century France gained from its larger population, while 19th-century British power rested on its primacy in the Industrial Revolution and its navy.

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Joseph Nye of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government draws upon the insights of his recent meetings with China's future leaders to examine the future of American relations with China at Cambridge Forum.

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A conversation with former Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage and Harvard professor Joseph Nye.

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Joe: Political science has become irrelevant to actual politics. Should scholars just stay in their ivory towers?

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