Zoekopdracht: subjects: "Social and Political Change"
|Titel||Universal norms and China's complexity in addressing 'global' security challenges|
|Serietitel||SID-NL Lecture Series 2010-2011 : “Global values in a changing world” : synergy of state and society in a globalized world|
|Organisatie||SID NL - Society for International Development Netherlands Chapter|
|Onderwerp||Social and Political Change|
|Trefwoorden||globalization, international cooperation, policy|
|Samenvatting||China has made significant progress in addressing global challenges and in abiding by universal norms. However, China can not be understood in all her remarkable complexity by looking only at these global signals. A myriad of other factors have impacted on China’s |
postures and policies, requiring an assessment based on her particular situation full of dilemmas. The present distance between the “universals” and the “particulars” relating to China
is perhaps most noticeable in the security field, whether it be the issue of non-proliferation, anti-terrorism, or severe man-made humanitarian disasters such as genocide or ethnic cleansing. In his lecture, Shi Yinhong will elaborate further on China’s attitude and policy toward North Korea and its nuclear programme given that this is the most prominent example of the discrepancy between international norms and Chinese foreign policy.
|Rechten||© 2011 SID NL|