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2011: A Year in Review (Part III)

January 11, 2012  • Tarek Rizk

Below is the final installment of our favorite videos from 2011 at the Aspen Institute.

Chinese venture fund guru Eric Li — a member of the Institute’s unique fellowship of young entrepreneurs, the Henry Crown Fellowship — discusses the stark differences between American and Chinese business practices, and how China sees its own place in the world:

In a rare grouping, Secretaries of State Colin Powell, Madeleine Albright, and James Baker III discuss values and diplomacy with Aspen Institute CEO Walter Isaacson:

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talks about innovation with PBS Newshour’s Jim Lehrer:

Democratic activist and political commentator Donna Brazile had a wide-ranging conversation with Institute CEO Walter Isaacson about the state of the Obama presidency and the prospects for economic recovery:

Author and journalist Touré has written an entertaining and thought-provoking book about the meaning of blackness in America today. He discussed it with PBS Newshour’s Gwen Ifill: