A World Safe for Autocracy?

14:15 to 15:45
Public Lecture

Faculty of Social Science, ThinkChina and the Centre for Military Studies invites to this talk by Professor Jessica Chen Weiss, moderated by professor Mikkel Vedby Rasmussen, Dean at the Faculty of Social Science.


What does China want, and where are U.S.-China tensions headed? Far from a “Beijing consensus,” the Chinese government must grapple with domestic debates and divisions over everything from when and how to use force in China’s territorial disputes to how ambitiously to pursue climate solutions at short-term costs to economic growth. Through the lens of domestic politics, nationalism, and regime insecurity in China, Weiss assesses Beijing’s international ambitions, the prospects for peaceful coexistence, and the future of international order.

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