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China’s Greater Commitment to Global Governance: Implications for Governance of Non-traditional Security Issues in East Asia
Dr Lina Gong Research Fellow
Dr Lina Gong
China’s foreign policy has gradually shifted away from the principle of “keeping a low profile” to that of “achieving something” in recent years. A good example of this trend is China’s greater commitment to issues of global concern like peace and conflict and climate change. There are different approaches to addressing global challenges and the existing system is influenced by values and norms of developed countries. This project will seek to understand China’s approach to global governance, compare it with existing models, and examine the implications of China’s expanded role in global governance. This research will also attempt to analyse how changes in China’s foreign policy influence regional governance, like whether and how a more proactive China leads to opportunities for and/or challenges to strengthened China-ASEAN cooperation in governance of non-traditional security issues.
|Theme:||Country and Region Studies / Non-Traditional Security|
|Region:||East Asia and Asia Pacific / Global|