PKU1 - The Rise of China and Change in World Politics
1 July 2019 – 26 July 2019
Hosted by Peking University
This seminar course is intended for advanced undergraduate students and graduate students to examine major issues and topics concerning the rise of China from a broad theoretical perspective, and to engage in the academic discourse and policy debate about implications of China’s rise for world politics. The seminar is organized around the central question – will China’s rise bring about a fundamental change to the international system? The course is roughly divided into three sections: China’s rise and the paradigm change in world politics; China’s quest for identity and order; and challenges and implications of China rising for Asia and the world. Under each of these sections, a few specific topics are identified for class discussion.
Bachelor students, Master students, Ph.D. students
31 May 2019
For course details, see the PKU course page: http://www.oir.pku.edu.cn/summerschool/index.htm.
Contact for incoming students
Name: CHEN Luanming
Contact for outgoing students
Name: SHI Chuqiao