On Thursday 24 November, as part of a new seminar series organised in conjunction with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the China Policy Institute will host a round table event on the future direction of UK-China relations following the Brexit decision.
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Join the School of Contemporary Chinese Studies for the one day workshop, ‘Emergency cultures: new approaches to the study of late colonialism and the Cold War in Malaya, Singapore and Hong Kong’. Facilitated by Dr Jeremy E Taylor, The University of Nottingham and Dr Xu Lanjun, National University of Singapore.
Having enjoyed unprecedented levels of growth, China is at a critical juncture in the development of its economy, society, polity, national security and international relations. The direction the nation takes at this crossroads will determine whether it stalls or continues to develop and prosper.
Michael Szonyi, Professor of Chinese History at Harvard University, will speak on the topic of ‘Local politics and the rise of China: lessons from the Kinmen (Quemoy)’.
Dr Jing Gu, The Institute of Developmental Studies, presents the seminar ‘Chinese state capitalism? Rethinking the role of the state and and business in Chinese development cooperation in Africa’. Part of the China Seminar Series.
Professor Stein Ringen, University of Oxford, presents this seminar, asking the question ‘In what sense is China a dictatorship?’ Part of the China Seminar Series.
Professor Dr Axel Schneider, University of Göttingen, presents the seminar ‘Has China become conservative? On the nature of the ‘return to tradition’ in contemporary China’. Part of the China Seminar Series.
Professor Gaochao He, Sun Yat-Sen University, will present ‘Labour politics in China: where market meets state and society’. Part of the China Seminar Series.