While economic diplomacy has been a key feature of China's foreign policy in the past, recent initiatives have led to the development of a more proactive form of economic statecraft. Chinese projects as part of the ambitious Belt and Road Initiative and its economic investments in regional infrastructure projects have generated significant interest. Join us for a discussion on China's economic statecraft with our four panelists.

While economic diplomacy has been a key feature of China's foreign policy in the past, recent initiatives have led to the development of a more proactive form of economic statecraft. Chinese projects as part of the ambitious Belt and Road Initiative and its economic investments in regional infrastructure projects have generated significant interest. Join us for a discussion on China's economic statecraft with our four panelists.

Chair: Evelyn Goh (Professor: Strategic & Defence Studies Centre, Australian National University)

Speakers: Taylor Fravel (Professor: Department of Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Alvin Camba (Assistant Professor: Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver); Emirza Adi Syailendra (PhD Candidate: Strategic & Defence Studies Centre, Australian National University)

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Thu, 20 Apr 2023, 11am - 12:30pm

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