Title The Long View Degree of recognition National Media name/outlet BBC 4 Media type Radio Duration/Length/Size 28 minutes Country/Territory United Kingdom Date 25/01/22 Description The Rise of China
The Long View: The Long View of the Future (Episode 1 of 5)
Jonathan Freedland explores what history can tell us about how tensions with China today might play out.
Jonathan looks for historical precursors to the rise of China. He examines the rise of the Macedonian Empire in the 4th century BC, the Anglo-Dutch Wars in the 17th century and the rise of the United States in the second half of the 19th century.
What can history tell us about how conflict might be avoided when a new power threatens an existing one?
Producer/Author Laurence Grissell URL https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0013rrw?fbclid=IwAR1-fwpXdVA-N1ycW45upOoC7i0BzSI8h3FHJmyebd7xpJDeAClyvE_Fy7I Persons Martine Van Ittersum
- Anglo-Dutch Naval Wars
- Dutch History
- Dutch imperialism and colonialism
- Anglo-Dutch Conflict
- International law
- Trade Wars