The SDCHM would like to share an invitation on behalf of the UCSD 21st Century China Center to a research presentation entitled “A World Safe For Autocracy? China’s Rise and The Future of Global Politics.”

This talk will take place Wednesday, January 29, 2020, from 12:30 – 2:00 p.m., at the UCSD School of Global Policy and Strategy Dean’s Conference Room.  You may RSVP  for lunch here.

Presenter:
Jessica Chen Weiss, Associate Professor of Government, Cornell University

Abstract:
How does China’s domestic governance shape its foreign policy ambitions and international influence? China is simultaneously a revisionist, reformer, innovator, and defender of the status quo—insisting rigidly on issues that are central to its domestic survival, while showing flexibility on issues that are more peripheral. To understand this variation, Weiss develops a framework to illuminate China’s approach to global governance, homeland issues including Taiwan and Hong Kong, and the spread of authoritarian practices and democratic corrosion.

About the Fudan-UC Center’s China Research Workshops: 
This interdisciplinary series on China features current research by faculty, visiting scholars and advanced graduate students at the dissertation-writing stage. In a typical workshop, the presenter discusses his/her research project, followed by questions and feedback from the audience.

The Fudan-UC Center on Contemporary China is the first academic institution established by a major Chinese university in cooperation with a leading North American university. It is based in the School of Global Policy and Strategy (GPS) at the University of California, San Diego.

More information on the China Research Workshops may be found here.