For March 9-10th, 2017 The China and the World Program at the Woodrow Wilson School will be at Georgia Tech in Atlanta GA.
March 8th Schedule -
Thomas Christensen Lecture - “China’s Rise and the Challenge for American Security”
Time: 4-5:30 pm., Weds., March 8, 2017 Venue: Peachtree Room, Georgia Tech Student Center Common (360 Ferst Drive NW Atlanta, GA 30332) Visitor Parking across the street. Free & Open to the Public
March 9th Schedule -
China's official foreign policy continues to reiterate policies first enunciated by Deng Xiaoping, but a cacophany of voices and views is ever more apparent within China. This seminar will explore some of the alternative visions of Chinese foreign policy; assess their potential effects on policy making; and weigh some of their possible implications for US-China relations.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), 长江商学院; is a private, non-profit, independent educational institution and the only business school in China with faculty governance.
Working Title: Understanding China Today: Political and Economic Implications
8:30 – 9 AM
Morning Opening Address
Dr. XIANG Bing
9 – 10:30 AM
Maria Adele Carrai is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Princeton-Harvard China and the World Program and recipient of a Marie Curie Fellowship at KU Leuven. Her research focuses on China’s legal history and how it affects China’s foreign policy. As a fellow at the China and The World Program she will look at China as a normative actor and its impact on the international economic and legal order, with a particular focus on the One Belt One Road.