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China’s Rise: Consequences for China and for the World

A two day conference organized by the Centre d’Etudes de l’Asie de l’Est of the Université de Montreal, la Chaire de recherche du Canada en droit chinois et mondialisation (UQAM) and the Department Of Political Science of Concordia with additional financing from the Ministère des Relations Internationales et la Francophonie (Québec), will examine the consequences of China’s rise to great power status on China and the world.

Conférenciers:

  • Qin Hui, Tsinghua University
  • David Kelly, China Policy
  • Timothy Cheek, UBC
  • André Laliberté, Université d’Ottawa
  • Carl Déry, UdeM
  • Hélene Piquet, UQAM
  • David Ownby, UdeM

Programme

Day 1, Saturday, December 3

UQAM, room D-200;

10 :00-12 :15

Discussion of the impact of China’s rise on Chinese liberalism Carl Déry (Université de Montréal) and David Ownby (Université de Montréal)

14 :00-17 :00

China’s Directed Public Sphere  Timothy Cheek (University of British Columbia)

Liberalism’s Decline? Socialism’s Decline? Or Freedom’s Decline ? Qin Hui (Tsinghua University)

The Seven Chinas David Kelly

Day 2, Sunday, December 4.

Concordia University, Hall 1220;

13 :00-17 :00.

Perspectives on Legal Reforms and the future of Ngo’s in China

Hélène Piquet (UQAM) and André Laliberté (Université d’Ottawa),

Reflections on the Post Cold-War World

Qin Hui (Tsinghua University)

For further information, please contact david.ownby@umontreal.ca


Emplacement : UQAM, Pavillon Athanase-David, Room D-200, 1430, rue Saint-Denis and Universty of Concordia, Henry F. Hall Building, room 1220 1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West, Montréal