Rahul Sinha joins the UKNCC Advisory Board this month. Rahul has the distinction of being the first American member of the Board and comes with a wealth of experience in economics and strategy.
A former Chair of Liberty (National Council for Civil Liberties) Rahul has worked with a variety of charities, philanthropic organisations and enterprises. He brings particular expertise in the measurement of social impact.
The Advisory Board, chaired by Sir Malcolm Rifkind KCMG KC, provides insight and guidance in support of UKNCC’s educational programmes and Pathfinder Dialogues – strengthening understanding and engagement.
First published by The Wire China, in this op-ed, co-founding Director of UK National Committee on China (UKNCC) and Senior Associate Fellow of Royal United Service Institute (RUSI), Andrew Cainey, offers his perspectives on this question.
The UK National Committee on China (UKNCC) Guest Contributor Programme highlights contrasting responses, by leading authors, to key questions posed by the UKNCC. The programme is designed to stimulate a deeper exploration of China related issues; drive curiosity; and test conventional wisdom.