Assessing threats to Asian peace

Former US diplomat Nicholas Burns discusses geopolitics and the threats to globalisation in North Asia.

Assessing threats to Asian peace

Nicholas Burns has served three US Presidents over 27 years as a diplomat, including as deputy secretary of state to George W. Bush. He also served as Bill Clinton’s ambassador to Greece and Bush’s ambassador to Nato, and now teaches at Harvard University. He sat down with FinanceAsia on the sidelines of the Credit Suisse annual Asian investor conference in Hong Kong to discuss the intersection of geopolitics and globalisation. 

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