WBUR, Boston University’s award-winning National Public Radio station, broadcast this show on April 23, 2006. The show featured a panel discussion on how China’s new position on the world stage may be affecting the U.S and Europe. The discussion was presented by the Institute for Human Sciences in cooperation with the Department of International Relations at Boston University.
The panel speakers were Angelos Pangratis, deputy head of the delegation of the European Commission in the United States; Yuan-Yuan Shen, research fellow at Harvard University’s Center for the Environment China Project; and Shelley Hawks, Assistant Professor of Social Sciences at B.U.’s College of General Studies.
To listen to the lecture, click here.