Mark Beeson: The China Challenge in the Asia Pacific

Petra Vaculíková30 Apr 2019Leave a comment


When:

Monday, May 13, 2019, 11:30 -13:00

Where:

Trainee center 3.40, Vodární 6

Abstract:

The rise of China is the most important development in the Asia-Pacific region in recent times – possibly ever. Whatever China’s leaders do and however its economy performs, it will have global ramifications. This seminar looks at some of these possibilities in a region in which the United States has been the hegemonic power for more than half a century.

Bio:

Mark Beeson is Professor of International Politics at the University of Western Australia. Before joining UWA, he taught at Murdoch, Griffith, Queensland, York (UK) and Birmingham, where he was also head of department. He is the founding editor of Critical Studies of the Asia Pacific. His latest book is Rethinking Global Governance (Palgrave, 2019).


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