活动预告|复旦发展研究院海外访问学者讲座系列十六

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国际智库中心博享沙龙系列

Global Think Tank Center · Academic Activities

复旦发展研究院海外访问学者讲座系列十六

FDDI Overseas Visiting Scholar Seminar 16

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时间Time

2017518 14:00PM

14:00PM, May 18th, 2017

 

地点 Venue

复旦大学智库楼203

Room 203, Think Tank Building, Fudan University

 

主办 Host

复旦发展研究院

Fudan Development Institute

 

议题一

中国崛起与国际新常态:是否会导向非西方价值基准的世界秩序?

China’s Rise and New International Norms: Toward a Non-Western Value-Based World Order?

 

演讲人Speaker


 

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Viktor Eszterhai

匈牙利中央银行中国地缘政治研究所高级分析师

Senior China Analyst

Geopolitical Institute of China, Central Bank of Hungary

 

 


 

摘要Abstract

The transformation of the US-led unipolar world order into a multipolar structure – mostly as a result of the steady growth and development of the People's Republic of China –, raises an important question: whether China will be a rule-taker or it will increasingly assert its power to become an active rule-setter in international politics. China’s grand-scale vison, the One Belt, One Road initiative, announced in 2013 by president Xi Jinping, seemingly represents China’s rule-setter ambitions. However, China’s cultural ‘otherness’ and different historical experiences could bring a fundamental change to the current international system, which had been built on Western ideals in the past two centuries. In order to understand the cultural difference of the new possible international rules, we have to turn to history and examine the interstate system, existing in East and Southeast Asia till the end of the nineteenth century, often referred by the academics as ‘Chinese Tributary System’. The present study will examine the ‘Chinese Tributary System’ through a self-developed constructivist model, named ‘guanxi model’. Proving the one-time validity of the guanxi model is important as in modernized and modified version it can be seen as an intellectual base for the current state-level Chinese foreign policy as well. The second part of the study intends to verify the survival of guanxi, through a selected case study, namely the Sino-Angolan bilateral state-level relations after 2002, which has already become a reference point for other developing countries.

 

议题二

中国的全球治理之道:以中国-巴西关系为例

China's Approach to Global Governance: A Case Study of Sino-Brazil Relations

演讲人Speaker:

 

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Shaheli Das

贾瓦哈拉尔尼赫鲁大学国际研究学院东亚研究中心博士生

PhD Scholar

Centre for East Asian Studies, School of International Studies

Jawaharlal Nehru University


摘要Abstract

China’s meteoric rise is one of the most significant events in international politics today. With the global order undergoing a transformation, China has increasingly enthralled itself in promoting a refurbished global order defined by multipolarity. Essentially, China’s fascination with setting the terms of global governance stems from the country’s political and economic rise and the notion that for long the West has disdained Beijing from the stewardship of global governance norms. In its quest to attain this objective, the country is developing constructive ties with other emerging powers across the globe. It is in this context, that this paper would focus on China’s approach to global governance and the country’s engagement with Brazil.

 


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