Past event

Research Event

China and the Future of Global Governance

Chatham House, London

Asia Programme

Participants

Dr Katherine Morton, Senior Fellow, Department of International Relations, Australian National University
Chair: Professor Shaun Breslin, Associate Fellow, Asia Programme, Chatham House

Overview

How is China’s growing international status likely to affect the future trajectory of global governance? Will it operate within the confines of liberal order, or attempt to substantively revise the existing global framework? The speaker will argue that China is now playing an active role in shaping the rules, norms, and institutions of global governance. She will offer some fresh insights into this new trend in Chinese foreign policy by placing a lens upon key global policy-making realms, including the maritime commons, where conflicts over international norms and national interests are most stark.

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