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“CHINA, ASIA AND THE WORLD” – CONFERENCE CYCLE AND OPEN CLASSES | UAL-IDN

NEXT SESSIONS – MAY 6 | 11 am – 12.30 pm | 1.30 – 3 pm| 6.30 – 8 pm | ONLINE. 

In the context of the growing centrality of Asia-Pacific in the geopolitics and geoeconomics of the world and of the affirmation of China as a new superpower, the International Relations Department and OBSERVARE of the UAL, in partnership with the National Defence Institute (IDN), invite you to participate in the cycle of conferences and open classes “China, Asia and the World”, coordinated by Profs. Carlos Gaspar and Luis Tomé, with the collaboration of prestigious national and international experts.

This cycle is associated with the 3rd edition of the course of advanced studies on “Asia-Pacific” UAL-IDN.

Coordination and moderation: Carlos Gaspar and Luis Tomé

ZOOM ACCESS ID: 973 6487 354


FUTURE SESSIONS

// MAY 6 //

/ 11 am – 12.30 pm /
Turbulence in the Horizon: Strengthening the Japan-Europe Strategic Link
Tosh Minohara,
Kobe University and Research Institute for Indo-Pacific Affairs (RIIPA) Japan

/ 1.30 – 3 pm /
Conforto Sem Compromisso? A Índia à Procura de um Equilíbrio Indo-Pacífico
Constantino Xavier, CSEP-Índia

/ 6.30 – 8 pm /
America’s Negative Turn against China: Will It Continue? What is at stake? 
Robert Sutter, George Washington University-USA


PREVIOUS SESSIONS

// APRIL 15 //

/ 4 – 5.30 pm /
Chinese Theories of International Relations – View recording
Luís Moita, OBSERVARE and Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa

/ 6.30 – 8 pm /
China’s Political Philosophy – A Key Issue, to understand the singularities of its People’s Republic and its project of a New Age –  View recording
António dos Santos Queirós, Philosophy Centre of the Universidade de Lisboa

// APRIL 22 //

/ 4 pm /
ROUND TABLE – View recording
Diana Soller, PRI-NOVA
Jorge Tavares da Silva, Universidade de Aveiro
Nuno Magalhães, IDN and IE University, Madrid

// APRIL 29 //

/ 12 pm /
China, the Indo-Pacific and the Quad – View Recording
Mark Beeson, The University of western Australia

 

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