HIGHLY SPECIFIC SUBJECTS,
BUT ALWAYS DEALT WITH OBJECTIVELY
Marc Meynardi, director of MMI, has been regularly travelling to and working with China since 1982, with a period living in the country. Throughout this time, he has followed closely all the political, economic and social changes the country has seen. Today, his talks on China are greatly appreciated: they cover some highly specific subjects, but these are always dealt with objectively.
AIM OF THE TALKS
The aim is to give audiences the tools to decipher the risks and threats that the Chinese government represents in terms of global security. We are delighted to present our programme of talks on China. They cover issues linked to Chinese geopolitics, whose impact is heavily felt in the region and globally. Each talk is based on a technical approach that meets the expectations of a demanding audience. Of course, we will also consider any requests for talks on particular topics.
"A Cold War in the South China Sea!"
This talk looks at the origins of the conflict and its tensest moments in order to decipher the aims behind China's action. In his analysis the speaker draws on his in-depth cultural knowledge and his interpretation of Chinese thinking.
"China and global upheaval"
This talk examines the major projects currently underway, their strengths and weaknesses, the way they are being applied and synchronised in order to achieve the final objective.
"China: governance and control"
This talk analyses the current situation of China's economy and its strengths and weaknesses. It draws some parallels with the policy orientations decided by the government. The speaker will consider where China can expect to be by 2025
"Is the Middle Kingdom set to collapse?"
This talk analyses the current situation of China's economy and its strengths and weaknesses. It draws some parallels with the policy orientations decided by the government. The speaker will consider where China can expect to be by 2025.