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China as a trouble-shooter – how, why, and where?

November 28, 2013 - 17:30-19:00

 

Lecture by Flemming Ytzen

 

Abstract:

Is it probable or even desirable, that China gets involved in regional trouble-spots? Beijing sticks to its official policy of non-interference, but signs of change are emerging.

With the political meltdown in the Middle East, pressure is mounting on China for a more proactive policy for supporting interventions, be they military or diplomatic. China is gradually moving towards a more flexible stand, while maintaining a principled view of non-interference.

Meanwhile, the surviving superpower and the rising superpower appear to be developing a mutual understanding on a number of issues. It may be too early to predict an informal ‘G2’, but something lesser than that will do fine in maintain a stable world order.

Flemming Ytzen is a journalist and editor with the Danish newspaper Politiken and a regular commentator with TV2 News. He has covered China and East Asia for more than 30 years. In 2008 he published the book ‘Supermagten Kina – mirakel eller mareridt’ (The Superpower China – miracle or nightmare).

 

This lecture is free of charge. Please sign up before the lecture using the link below (last day for registration is November 27):

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Venue: Dalgas Have 15, 2000 Frederiksberg, Room: DSØ041

 

China as a trouble-shooter – how, why, and where?

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Date:
November 28, 2013
Time:
17:30-19:00