Back to the Future: China and Geopolitics of Energy | Foreign Correspondent’s Club of China


by Project Pengyou on January 13th, 2015   536 views

When and Where

  • 13/01/2015
    3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

  • Beijing American Center
    Suite 2801, Jingguang Center Hu Jia Lou, Chaoyang District, Beijing
    Beijing
    China
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Back to the Future: China and Geopolitics of Energy | Foreign Correspondent's Club of China

Event Details

From Russia to the Middle East to North America, 2014 saw the return of energy to the forefront of world politics in a way not seen since the 1970s. The dramatic drop in oil prices during the second half of 2014 set the backdrop for what could be an even more tumultuous 2015 for the geopolitics of energy. What does the changing global energy landscape mean for China, both at home and abroad? Carnegie-Tsinghua’s Matt Ferchen will discuss these issues and more…

Tuesday, January 13, 3pm-4:30pm
“Back to the Future: China and Geopolitics of Energy”
Matt Ferchen, Resident Scholar, Carnegie–Tsinghua Center for Global Policy
Foreign Correspondents’ Club of China
Beijing American Center, Suite 2801, Jing Guang Center, Hu Jia Lou, Chaoyang | Conflicting Information on Cost: Either 80 RMB or Free | Registration Required

From Russia to the Middle East to North America, 2014 saw the return of energy to the forefront of world politics in a way not seen since the 1970s. The dramatic drop in oil prices during the second half of 2014 set the backdrop for what could be an even more tumultuous 2015 for the geopolitics of energy. What does the changing global energy landscape mean for China, both at home and abroad? Carnegie-Tsinghua’s Matt Ferchen will discuss these issues and more…

Matt Ferchen is a resident scholar at the Carnegie–Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, where he runs the China and the Developing World Program. His research focuses on the governance of China’s urban informal economy, debates about the “China model” of development, and economic and political relations between China and Latin America. He is also an associate professor in the Department of International Relations at Tsinghua University, where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on international and Chinese political economy as well as on China–Latin America relations. His work has appeared in numerous publications including the Review of International Political Economy and the Chinese Journal of International Politics. Ferchen has lived, worked, and conducted research in China and Latin America.

To register, please email fcccadmin@gmail.com by January 12 at 3pm. If you are planning to bring a recording device, please say so in your reservation note. Unannounced recording devices will not be allowed in.

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