If China Could Re-make the Global Order, What Would it Look Like?

Thomas Fingar (keynote speaker), Oksenberg-Rohlen Distinguished Fellow, FSI at Stanford University
Thomas Christensen, William P. Boswell Professor of World Politics of Peace and War and Director of the China and the World Program at Princeton University
Jia Qingguo, Professor and Associate Dean of the School of International Studies at Peking University

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China’s “rise” has been achieved through participation in the international system led by the United States, but many predict that Beijing will attempt to replace the US-led global order with one shaped by its own vision and priorities.  The 2013 Oksenberg Lecture will examine China’s desire and ability to remake the global order by focusing on what it would like to retain and what it would like to change.  Oksenberg-Rohlen Distinguished Fellow Thomas Fingar will give the keynote address, and Professors Thomas Christensen (Princeton) and Jia Qingguo (Peking University) will provide commentary and their own views on the subject. The Oksenberg Lecture, held annually, honors the legacy of Professor Michel Oksenberg (1938-2001). A senior fellow at Shorenstein APARC and the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Professor Oksenberg served as a key member of the National Security Council when the United States normalized relations with China, and consistently urged that the United States engage with Asia in a more considered manner. In tribute, the Oksenberg Lecture recognizes distinguished individuals who have helped to advance understanding between the United States and the nations of the Asia-Pacific.

Wednesday, May 22, 2013 | 2:00 pm — 5:00 pm
Bechtel Conference Center, Encina Hall, 1st floor

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