This talk will open our conversation to a much wider perspective. Starting from the concept that a rising power will cause fear in an established power, Patrick Horgan will broaden our conversation to a much wider perspective. Some of the
The stand-off between Chinese and Indian troops in the Doklam area officially ended on August 28. This followed two months of diplomatic lawfare between both governments, coupled with decidedly hostile rhetoric from their respective national media. Although China and India
Given China’s increasing influence across the globe, understanding its ideas and actions is more important than ever. But how, as researchers, can we grasp contemporary China. And once we do, how do we convey this knowledge to others? In an
“CHINA IN 2050: THE WORLD THROUGH BEIJING’S EYES” 14 October, 2017.
In an inaugural half-day conference, YCW and King’s College Lau China Institute will bring together leading China experts and emerging Young China Watchers on a single platform to analyse China’s medium to long-term impact on the world.
In November, President Trump will embark on his first visit to the Asia-Pacific region to attend the U.S.-ASEAN summit, the East Asia summit, and the APEC summit. U.S. interests and partnerships in the region are under increasing pressure and face