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HALLSWORTH CONFERENCE, UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER

University of Manchester

Conference dates: 23–24 March 2017
View the conference programme


CONFERENCE LEADS

Shogo Suzuki (Manchester Project Lead)
André Broome (Warwick Lead)
Catherine Jones (Warwick Co-Lead)

ORGANISATION TEAM
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Shogo Suzuki
University of Manchester

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André Broome
University of Warwick

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Catherine Jones
University of Warwick

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Matthias Kranke
University of Warwick

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Pablo Rodríguez-Merino
University of Warwick





















 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The Hallsworth Conference on China and the Changing Global order is hosted by the University of Manchester and is jointly sponsored with the University of Warwick.


The organisers are grateful for the support of the Hallsworth Conference Fund, University of Manchester, and for CARP funding from the Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick.

 

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How is China’s rise changing the global order?

This question has become increasingly salient since the beginning of the 2010s, when the People’s Republic of China (PRC) is widely assumed to have adopted a new assertive foreign policy.

This conference will take a distinctive approach to analysing China’s changing leadership role in the international community with a focus on examining the PRC’s visions for global governance.

 
The Hallsworth Conference on China and the Changing Global Order examines three critical questions:
  1. How is China’s rise changing the global order?

  2. Do China’s visions for global order represent a viable alternative mode of global governance?

  3. How will more Sino-centric global governance institutions shape international power relations?


Plenary speakers
URL: www.warwick.ac.uk/hallsworth-china-conference