China‘s Role and the Emerging Powers in World Politics

China‘s Role and the Emerging Powers in World Politics

Panel Discussion

Termin: Dienstag, 05. August 2014
Uhrzeit: 16.00 Uhr
Ort: Karl Jaspers Centre, Voßstr. 2, Gebäude 4400, 69115 Heidelberg, R 212
Eintritt: frei

On July 15-17, Brazil hosted the 2014 BRICS Summit resulting in the establishment of the BRICS’ New Development Bank. Other topics addressed included issues of regional and global security. These announcements have reinforced perceptions that the BRICS, especially China, might challenger post-WW II institutional order.

On Tuesday, August 5th, the Institute of Political Science in cooperation with the Asia-Europe Cluster and the Confucius Institute hosts a panel discussion on China’s role in world politics, examining the PRC’s relations with the BRIC, socialist and other Latin American countries in particular. The conversation features reknown Chinese and international experts: Sun Hongbo (CASS), Niu Haibin (SIIS), Nele Noesselt (GIGA), and Cameron Thies (Arizona State University).

Foto: v.l.n.r. Dr. Sun Hongbo, Prof. Dr. Cameron Thies, Dr. Niu Haibin, Dr. Dr. Nele Noesselt, Prof. Dr. Sebastian Harnisch