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    China’s Major Power Engagement with the Developing World

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    Date(s) - 03/05/2018
    9:30 am - 11:00 am


    Embassy of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg


    Unit 1701, Tower B, Pacific Century Place, 2A Gong Ti Bei Lu, Beijing, China
    卢森堡驻华大使馆, 北京市朝阳区工体北路甲2号, 盈科中心B座1701室


    (+86 10) 8588 0900 (switchboard)



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    What are China’s objectives towards the developing world and how have they evolved and been pursued over time? Dr. Eisenman will analyze the features of Beijing’s rapidly expanding relations with developing countries and how these countries and others perceive and respond to China’s growing influence. By considering the unique features of China’s engagement in each region, Professor Eisenman is able to make cross-regional comparisons and identify common themes that span the entire developing world – from Central Asia to Latin America to Africa. This talk should be of interest to students and scholars of Chinese foreign policy, comparative political economy, and international relations.

    About the speaker:

    Joshua Eisenman is Assistant Professor at the University of Texas’ LBJ School for Public Affairs and Senior Fellow for China Studies at the American Foreign Policy Council in Washington, D.C. Last summer he was a visiting professor at SIRPA. Eisenman holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from UCLA and an M.A. from Johns Hopkins University’s Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), including a year at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center. He is co-editor of China Steps Out: Beijing’s Major Power Engagement toward the Developing World (2018), co-author of China and Africa: A Century of Engagement (2012), and co-editor of China and the Developing World: Beijing’s Strategy for the 21st Century (2007).



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