The speakers will examine past, present and future continuity and change in the triangular relationship by drawing on and assessing the findings in our previous volume US-China-EU Relations: Managing the New World Order.
The aim is to develop new perspectives and a new volume on this vital triangular relationship in international politics.
Date: Thursday 19 September
Venue: Oscarsborg, Akershus fortress, building 10
The seminar is free and open to all. Registration compulsory.
The event is set up by NDUC/Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies (IFS)
- Professor Robert S. Ross at Boston College and Harvard University will examine increased US–China rivalry and conflict and its implications for Europe and transatlantic relations.
- Senior Fellow Philippe Le Corre at the Harvard Kennedy School will discuss China–Europe relations and China's increasing investments and influence in Europe.
- Professor Rosemary Foot at Oxford University will focus here remarks on the rule based global order and how US–China–EU relations are shaping a new world order.
- Professor Wang Dong at the School of International Studies, Peking
University, and the Pangoal Institute, will provide a Chinese perspective on
US–China rivalry, China–Europe relations and a new era of re-globalisation.
The speakers will make short introductions followed by a discussion among the panelists moderated by Professor Øystein Tunsjø at the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies/Defence University College. A question and answer session will follow.
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