Peter Gries to discuss international relations and policy at Chinese University of Hong Kong
Professor Peter Gries, Director of the Manchester China Institute, Lee Kai Hung chair and professor of Chinese politics, will be speaking at the Chinese University of Hong Kong next week on the subject of international relations.
In his presentation ‘Squeezed states: How diplomatic de/recognitions shape Taiwanese feelings and policy preferences towards China’, Peter will be tackling the effectiveness of moderators and mediators, policy implications for cross-Strait relations and how diplomatic de-recognitions impact Taiwan’s relationship with China.
The talk, which forms part of a luncheon seminar series, will take place at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on 17 September 2019 at 12 noon till 1pm, and the presentation will be carried out in English.
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