Mini-Conference: China’s Evolving Role in Global Economic Governance
Discussing China’s Global Governance in Climate Change and Future Digital Networks with Dr. Jue Wang, Li Shuo and John Lee
For more than two decades China has been shaking up global governance by taking over leading roles in major international banks, multilateral organizations, and informal groups such as the G20. China will play a key role – this much is undisputed. But as populist countries are on the rise and multilateral agreements increasingly at risk, China may mark as milestone in two vastly different fields: climate change and future digital networks. In the video above, you can rewacht the keynote presentation on China’s role in global economic governance by the University of Leiden’s Dr. Jue Wang. The talk opened up Asia Society Switzerland's second mini-conference that was followed by two parallel breakout sessions with Greenpeace East Asia’s Li Shuo, and the Mercator Institute for China Studies’ (MERICS) John Lee.
Keynote presentation by Dr. Jue Wang:
Introductory presentation on climate change by Li Shuo:
Introductory presentation on future digital networks by John Lee: