America, China, and Russia

Wireman, Billy O.
June 2001
Vital Speeches of the Day;06/01/2001, Vol. 67 Issue 16, p495
Presents a speech by Billy O. Wireman, president of Queens College, Charlotte, North Carolina, delivered at the University of Mauritius on March 1, 2001. Consequences of globalization and its impact on the emerging geo-political dynamics that will shape the 21st century; Struggles evolving in the United States, China and Russia; How the relationships between these three powers, each shaped by different histories and cultures, will shape the 21st century.


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