Topic: Future World Powers
From The Margaret Mead Symposium: Whither the United States in the World?
Commemorating the centennial of the birth of Margaret Mead.
December 2 & 3, 2001
Sponsors: Library of Congress and The Smithsonian Institution
Future World Powers
Speaker: William Watts
President, Potomac Associates, former Senior Staff Member, National Security Council under Henry Kissinger
Watts discusses the future for the U.S., which he sees as being lonely at the top. He discusses the rising powers of China and India, and the fall of Russia and Japan.