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China and the U.S. Are Long-term Enemies : A Debate / Intelligence2.

Other author/creatorFilms Media Group, film distributor.
Other author/creatorIntelligence2.
Format Video (Streaming) and Electronic
Publication Info [Place of publication not identified] : Intelligence2, [2015]
Distribution Info New York, N.Y. : Distributed by Films Media Group, 2016.
Copyright Notice ©2015
Description1 online resource (1 video file (1 hr., 42 min., 14 sec.)) : color and sound.
Supplemental Content Part of the Films on Demand collection
Variant title A Debate
Contents Introduction: China and the U.S. Are Long-term Enemies (4:38) -- "Debate Housekeeping" (6:54) -- Opening Statement For: John Mearsheimer (7:34) -- Opening Statement Against: Robert Daly (7:20) -- Opening Statement For: Peter Brookes (7:17) -- Opening Statement Against: Kevin Rudd (7:27) -- Opening Statement Recap (1:41) -- Knowing China's Intentions (6:32) -- Defining an Enemy (2:33) -- Is Enmity Inevitable with China? (2:53) -- U.S. Responsibility for China's Decisions? (4:12) -- China's Economic Growth (2:42) -- QA: Is there a Change in International Order that Indicates Countries Need One Another? (2:40) -- QA: Will American Foreign Policy Change with China's Infrastructure Development in Central Asia? (2:17) -- QA: How Will U.S. Debt to China Affect the Future? (6:43) -- QA: What Should the Leaders of China Think about the Debate Discussion? (4:47) -- QA: What Situations Would the American People be Willing to Fight Over? (3:38) -- Volley Round (4:25) -- Concluding Statement: Brookes (2:00) -- Concluding Statement: Daly (2:03) -- Concluding Statement: Mearsheimer (2:23) -- Concluding Statement: Rudd (2:25) -- Time to Vote (5:05) -- Audience Voting Results (1:04) -- Credits: China and the U.S. Are Long-term Enemies: A Debate (0:51)
Abstract Since embracing capitalistic policies in the late 20th century, China has become an economic and military powerhouse, as well as one of the United States' top trading partners. But it has also acted aggressively in the South China Sea and often backs American adversaries. Does China's ascendancy benefit the United States, or threaten it? Are China and the United States long-term allies-or enemies?
General noteStreaming video file encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on February 17, 2016.
General noteOriginally released by Intelligence2, 2015.
Access restrictionAccess requires authentication through Films on Demand.
Interest grade level 9 & up.
Technical detailsStreaming video file.
Technical detailsSystem requirements: FOD playback platform.
Source of descriptionTitle from distributor's description (Films Media Group, April 10, 2016)
Genre/formInternet videos.
Publisher number114403 Films Media Group

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