07/31/2013 04:30 pm ET Updated Aug 06, 2013

The China Model: A Guide For The Rest? (VIDEO)

This livestream is part of our coverage of the Aspen Leaders Action Forum. For more from the series, click here.

In Conversation with David Rubenstein - 6:30pm EST

President and CEO of the Aspen Institute Walter Isaacson interviews David Rubenstein, co-founder and co-CEO of the Carlyle Group, on his commitment to “patriotic philanthropy.” Rubenstein supports a multitude of efforts designed to preserve the arts, culture and history, including support for the Kennedy Center and Lincoln Center, the reconstruction of the Washington Monument, and purchase and donation of the Magna Carta to the National Archives.

The China Model: A Guide for The Rest? - 7:15pm EST

How relevant is China’s economic and governance model in other parts of the world? Should it be exported? A panel of Aspen Global Leadership Network Fellows, including The Times of India’s Senior Diplomatic Editor Indrani Bagchi, China’s Great Ocean Group President Desmond Shum, and Nigeria’s NEXT Publisher & Chairman Dele Olojede discuss this model. Chairman and CEO of The Pritzker Organization Tom Pritzker moderates.

In Conversation with Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright - 8:00pm EST

CNN anchor Suzanne Malveaux will moderate a discussion with Madeleine Albright as a panel of Aspen Global Leadership Network Fellows ask the former US Secretary of State about various topics from the perspective of their parts of the world. The international panel includes: Chadia El-Meouchi Naoum, Managing Partner, Badri and Salim El Meouchi Law Firm in Lebanon; Kathleen Gan, Chief Financial & Risk Officer, HSBC in Hong Kong; Ali Mufuruki, Co-Founder, Africa Leadership Initiative, Tanzania; and Gigi Porras, the Former Minister of Commerce and Industry in Panama.