Debating China and International Order

Centre for Governance and Public Policy
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By Diego Leiva, School of Government and International Relations On 17th and 18th of January 2018, the Griffith Asia Institute, with generous support of the The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, hosted a conference on “Debating China and International Order: Contending Perspectives on the Rise of China”. Leading scholars from Australia, mainland China, Taiwan, Singapore, […]

Major funding for innovative research announced

Griffith Asia Institute
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Associate Professor Kai He and Dr Duncan McDonnell have both been awarded Australian Research Council grants in the latest funding round. Associate Professor He has been awarded a prestigious Future Fellowship for his project, ‘Contested multilateralism 2.0 and Asia Pacific security’. The project aims to examine the foreign policy choices of five major powers – […]

Understanding the Rise of China through the Eyes of Chinese IR Scholars

Griffith Asia Institute
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“We do not always agree with the Chinese perspective…But it is necessary to understand it, since China will play such a big role in the world that is emerging in the twenty-first century.” Henry Kissinger (2011: VXI) Congratulations to GAI’s Associate Professor Kai He and Dr Huiyun Feng whose research project has been successful in gaining […]