The Future of the International Politics and Multilateralism post Covid-19 – Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences The Future of the International Politics and Multilateralism post Covid-19 – Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

The Future of the International Politics and Multilateralism post Covid-19

Virtual SJTU/Sydney Workshop

Panel discussion, 29 October 2020

Time: 17:30-19:30 (Sydney Time); 14:30-16:30 (Beijing Time);

New historical scholarship shows that ‘the international’ has always been an integral and productive part of ‘the national’. Nation-states are the products of international
architectures even as national governments have created a world of international organizations. But how exactly do nation-states strategically ‘use’, performatively align,
ignore or even ‘withdraw’ from ‘the international’ and its institutions? This panel of historians and IR scholars sets out to dissect the dynamics of the national politics of multilateralism in the past and present and in view to the world post Covid-19.

Chair
Prof Zheng Hua

Panelists

  • Prof. Susan Park
  • Dr. Sophie Loy-Wilson
  • Dr. Sabine Selchow
  • Prof. Glenda Sluga
  • Prof. Jingdong Yuan
  • Prof. Hongsong Liu
  • Dr. Yana Zuo
  • Dr. Ruolin Su
  • Dr. Yihei Zhao

Workshop, 30 October 2020 | China and Multilateralism

Time: 16:00-19:30 (Sydney Time); 13:00-16:30 (Beijing Time)

Shanghai Cooperation Organisation,
Speaker Prof. Jiejin Zhu (Fudan University)

Commentator Prof. Jingdong Yuan
Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank,
Speaker Prof. Hongsong Liu (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

Commentator Prof. Susan Park
China & BRICS,
Speaker Prof. Zheng Hua (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

Commentator Dr Sophie Loy-Wilson
China and WHO,
Speaker Prof. TANG Bei (Shanghai International Studies University)

Commentator, Prof. Glenda Sluga
China & ASEAN in the security field,
Speaker Prof. Shixin Zhou (Shanghai Institute of International Studies)

Commentator, Dr. Sabine Selchow
China & APEC
Speaker Minran Liu (University of Sydney)
Commentator: tbc

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Date

Oct 29 - 30 2020
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Cost

This event is free

Location

Online

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