Global Politics Summer School China taking off for the 14th time

Prof. Klaus Segbers and Prof. Muhui Zhang during the Welcome Session of this year’s GPSS China

Prof. Klaus Segbers and Prof. Muhui Zhang during the Welcome Session of this year’s GPSS China

Group China 2018

Group China 2018

CGP is happy to be back to SIRPA/ Fudan University with their 14th joint Global Politics Summer School China. This year's guiding theme "How many World Orders will we See in the Future?" will steer discussions around recent developments at the global level and look at diverging views on global orders.

News from Aug 01, 2018

While we invited lecturers from Germany and China to talk about the role of Europe in the global context (Dr. Christian Deubner) and European integration/ the European Union (Dr. Markus Kaim/ SWP), their Chinese colleagues will join them in their teaching activities to talk about the role of China in the global context (Prof. Pan Zhongqi/ Fudan University) and Asian regional integration with a focus on ASEAN (Assoc. Prof. Liqin Wang/ Tongji University). In addition to the global players China and Europe, the U.S. as an international actor will also be examined during our two panel discussions on the topics "Is the World Integrating or Disintegrating?" and "How to manage diverging views on Global Orders?" Among this year's panelists: Prof. Zhongqi Pan, Prof. Klaus Larres, Dr. Changfeng Tu, Prof. Harry Harding and Prof. Shen Dingli. In addition, we are happy to welcome Sandra Holtermann from Planpolitik who will take over this year’s simulation game. For the project module, Dr. Sigrid Winkler and Elisabeth Bauer from the German Chamber of Commerce Shanghai will give an insight into the evolving of CSR and CSR projects in China.

The academic program is accompanied by a diverse supporting program that includes a city tour, a boat trip on the Huang Pu, a visit to Startup Factory Kunshan as well as a visit to the German Restaurant Paulaner. This year's summer school is once again kindly supported by Konrad Adenauer Stiftung/ Shanghai Office.

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