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Kiss of the Dragon? China's Geoeconomic Strategy in a Changing Global Order

LSE IDEAS discussion

Date: Tuesday 29 May 2012 
Time: 6.30-8pm 
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speakers: Jonathan Fenby, Guy De Jonquieres, Linda Yueh
Chair: Professor Arne Westad

In an era characterised by economic crisis in the West, what kind of global role does China's geoeconomic strategy aspire to? This event launches the new LSE IDEAS report Kiss of the Dragon? China's Geoeconomic Strategy in a changing global order.

Johnathan Fenby is the former editor of the Observer and the South China Morning Post.

Guy De Jonquieres is a senior fellow at the European Centre for Political Economy.

Linda Yueh is the director of the China Growth Centre and a fellow in economics at the University of Oxford.

Suggested hashtag for this event for Twitter users: #lseChina

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