CECS & CRS Workshop - Towards Pax & Lex Sinica? – University of Copenhagen

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CECS & CRS Workshop - Towards Pax & Lex Sinica?

The unstable situation in the Western world during the later years has pushed China and relations with China to the forefront of global and geopolitics as well as in international agreements, not least the Paris Accord on Climate Change from 2016, from which the US resigned in 2017.

This informal workshop attempts to address these transitions from a number of different angles primarily represented by researchers, who areactive at the Faculty of law at the University of Copenhagen, but also including a representative from the Chinese Embassy and other scholars.

Publication plans may be considered.

Note: PhD-students attending this course will earn 0,5 ECTS

Programme

13:00 - 14:45 Historical, Political and Normative Perspectives:

  • Helle Porsdam, Faculty of Law, & Faculty of Humanities, KU: Beyond Pax Americana?
  • Ditlev Tamm, Faculty of Law, KU: Historical perspectives – Chinese influence on Europe in the past
  • Hanne Petersen, Faculty of Law, KU: Chinese normative culture – reflections on its impact in the west
  • Hu Hongbo, Chinese Embassy, DK: China’s global position in the current era and Chinese non-alignment Policy
14:45 - 15:00 Coffee Break

15:00 – 17:00 Environment, resources and business:

  • Wen Xiang, Faculty of Law, KU: Environmental Issues and the Paris Agreement – Chinese-European perspectives
  • Bent Ole Gram Mortensen, Faculty of Law, Southern Danish University: Energy resources
  • Joanna Jemielniak, Faculty of Law, KU: The role of mediation in global business with China
  • Bo Ærenlund Sørensen, (Ph.D student Oxford U): Personhood in modern Chinese history
  • Jingjing Su, Senior legal consultant, Bech Bruun & KU: The “One Belt, One Road” Initiative drive Chinese outbound investment
  • Irinya Marchuk, Faculty of Law, KU: Chinese interpretations of international law and justice
17:00 - 17:30 Wrap up

Time: Friday 24 November 2017, 13:00-17:30

Place: Conference/flex room, ground floor (yellow area), room 8A-0-57, Njalsgade 76, DK-2300 Copenhagen S

Registration: Use this registration form on no later than Thursday 23 November 2017 12:00