Kerry Brown and Peter Apps

Kerry Brown and Peter Apps

Is the West prepared for a world where power is shared with China? Does NATO still play a vital role in maintaining global peace and preventing atomic conflicts? Kerry Brown and Peter Apps offer their perspectives on the current political landscape, exploring China's rise as a global superpower alongside NATO's historical and contemporary significance, to provide a view of today's geopolitical challenges and the power dynamics and strategic alliances that define our world. In conversation with BBC journalist Mike Sanders.

Kerry Brown is Professor of Chinese Studies at King's College, London. With 30 years experience of life in China he has written more than 20 books on its history and politics. He lives in Faversham.

Peter Apps is global affairs commentator at Reuters, a British Army reservist and executive director of pop-up think-tank the Project for Study of the 21st Century (PS21).

Event Information

Event Date Sun 25 Feb 1:00pm
Individual Price £10.00
Venue Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Theatre
Categories All events, 25 February (Sunday), Local Authors, Non-Fiction, Place, Geography & Travel Writing, Politics

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