10. - 13. Februar 2011, Cambridge
HPAIR Harvard 2011 Conference
- 10. - 13. Februar 2011
- 14. Januar 2011
Looking Back, Forging Ahead: Asia in Pursuit of a Vibrant Future
In the past century, Asia has captivated the world's attention with its ability to preserve ancient traditions while still adapting to the modern times. In particular, rapid growth and development experienced in countries like China and India have changed international dynamics. As Asia becomes increasingly more influential with each country striving to make its mark in the global arena, they face new challenges and are confronted with new domestic and international issues. How will countries respond to issues such as the threat of nuclear proliferation in North Korea and Pakistan's critical role in global counter-terrorism efforts? How can they balance economic growth and environmentalism? What role should the media and entrepreneurs play in shaping politics and the economies in these countries? By addressing these questions in a forum of open debate, the HPAIR 2011 Harvard Conference hopes to stimulate discussion concerning these significant questions. Just as Asian countries work towards building a more vibrant future, by reflecting on the successes and failures of the past and assessing relations with other countries, delegates will utilize their past experiences to build the future, a pursuit that will prove critical for success.
Bachelor-Student, Master/Diplom-Student, Student postgradual (z.B. MBA, Promotion)