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China’s lonely rise

Thursday, 4 October, 2012 - 16:00
Campus: Brussels Humanities, Sciences & Engineering campus
Faculty: Frontpage promoted
Karel van Miert Building - Pleinlaan 5, 1050 Brussels
Floor -1, conference room 'Rome & Lisbon'
Brussels Institute of Contemporary China Studies
+32 (0)2 614 82 06
biccsevt@vub.ac.be
http://www.vub.ac.be/biccs
seminarie

Event with Professor Rosemary Foot, Oxford University, and Xie Tao, professor at the Beijing Foreign Studies University. This seminar will clarify the responses that China’s rise elicits from the United States and the Asian Powers. Professor Rosemary Foot, Oxford University, will discuss whether and how China and the United States can manage their complicated relationship that is characterized by both competition and cooperation. Xie Tao, professor at the Beijing Foreign Studies University, will focus on what is wrong with China’s good neighbour policy and how much China could be able to tackle the troubled relations between Beijing and the other Asian countries.

  • 16h00: Prof. Dr. Rosemary Foot on the Sino-US relations.
  • 16h30: Prof. Dr. Xie Tao on China’s good-neighbour policy.
  • 17h00: Debate, moderated by Jonathan Holslag
  • 18h00: The policy view: Sem Fabrizi (tbc)

Please register by sending an email to biccsevt@vub.ac.be, mentioning your name, organization, and affiliation. Places are limited. Feel free to forward this message.