Department of International Relations Academic Lecture: Does china’s belt and road initiative serve as a vehicle to challenge the current liberal order?

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Details

  • Topic: Does china’s belt and road initiative serve as a vehicle to challenge the current liberal order?
  • Date: 26th Oct 2018
  • Time: 12:30 pm-1:30 pm
  • Venue: X-Bar, South Campus, XJTLU
  • Contact E-mail: [email protected]

Speaker

Professor Stefanie Weil
Professor Stefanie Weil has more than 15 years’ professional experience within and outside academia. Before she began her academic career in 2007, she worked as managing director in various consulting companies in Germany, France and the UK. She has held a post as Research Fellow at TongJi University, Shanghai, China. In her current positions as Academic Director of the China-Europe Master Program at the Antwerp Management School (University of Antwerp, Belgium) and Head of China Relations and Professor at Vesalius College (operated in association with the Vrije University Brussel, Belgium) in Brussels, her research concentrates on China’s foreign policy and comparative politics across China, the European Union and the United States. Her research-led teaching experience is substantial in the fields of comparative studies, Asia and international politics.