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US-China Relations and Global Governance: A New Cold War?

Lecture in Korean

US-China Relations and Global Governance: A New Cold War?

DW News Media

Hochul Lee, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of China and International Studies, Incheon National University

Thursday, September 28, 2023
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

10383 Bunche Hall (10th floor)

US-China Relations is the most important factor that determines the shape of global governance and international order of the 21st century. To predict the future of the world, therefore, it is imperative to reveal the actual shape of US-China relations. Accurate diagnosis is prerequisite for right prescription for the future world.  As China rises since the Reform and Opening for last four decades, power gap between the US and China is narrowing; the US is changing its China policies from the engagement to a ‘disengagement’; China tries to build its own economic and security relations; All of these lead to a Strategic Competition between the US and China. However, many experts, politicians, and columnists argue that the strategic competition between the US and China has evolved into a New Cold War as the Cold War between the US and Soviet Union. Is that so? In this presentation, Professor Lee will cover the political and economical tensions between these two nations.


*Event is exclusive to CKS Visiting Scholars, graduate/undergraduate students, and faculty

Sponsor(s): Center for Korean Studies

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