China’s Changing Relations with the Developing World
When and Where
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
CSIS Room C115
1616 Rhode Island Ave NW
Join us for a talk, in Chinese, on China’s changing relationship with developing countries and the implications for global order.
China has a long history and tradition of engaging with the developing world. From the “brotherhood friendship” in the Mao era to a global partnership in the new era, the developing world has played an important role in China’s international relations. This history and legacy plays a key role in shaping current China’s pursuit for its new global position. On the one hand, China is bringing economic opportunities to developing countries, while on the other, complementing and challenging the leadership of established powers in the developed world. Join us for a discussion with the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies’ Dr. Zhou Yuyuan about the implications of these complex dynamics.
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