The once-in-five years gathering of China’s top leaders has come and gone, setting the stage for the country’s domestic and geopolitical pursuits over the next half-decade. Jeffrey Sachs, economist and professor at Columbia University, emphasizes that the meeting made one thing clear: China will keep moving forward no matter what. And if the U.S. wants to make headway in bilateral cooperation, Washington must shift their tone.
Part 1: Setting Priorities | Jeffrey Sachs
Part 2: The Challenges We All Face | Jeffrey Sachs
Part 3: Moving Forward | Jeffrey Sachs