Lecture: How to Tame the Dragon - Dealing with China in a Global Economy

Lecture Series: Topical Issues in International Politics and International Economics / "Has Donald Trump really disrupted global governance?”

The Chair for International Business and Society Relations (Latin America), Prof. Gian Luca Gardini, PhD & Chair for Global Governance , Prof. Dr. Christoph Moser invite all interested guests to join the following lectures:

16.05.19 | How to Tame the Dragon - Dealing with China in a Global Economy | Peter Rashish, Senior Fellow and Director for the Geoeconomics Program at AICGS

22.05.19 | Die geteilten Staaten von Amerika: Populismus, Affekt und die Präsidschaft Donald Trumps | Prof. Heike Paul, FAU

29.05.19 | Trump Trade Policy: A Political Assessment | Prof. em. Andreas Falke, FAU

05.06.19 | Trump and Latin America: Asymmetry and the Problem of Influence | Dr. Tom Long, PhD, University of Warwick, UK

19.06.19 | Nach Trump die Sintflut? Die Auswirkungen des US-Ausstiegs aus dem Pariser Klimaabkommen Dr. Joschka Wanner, Universität Bayreuth

26.06.19 | Warum gibt es Investitionsschiedsgerichte und warum werden sie kritisch gesehen? | Maximilian Fleig, FAU

03.07.19 | On the Role of the Internatonal Monetary Fund in the World Economy and Its Challenges | Dr. Marcel Peter, Schweizerische Nationalbank

10.07.19 | Brazil's relations with the US under Trump - A right-wing populist alliance in the Americas | Nelia Miguel Müller, Dr. Christina Stolte, FAU

17.07.19 | The United States and the crisis of Latin American regionalism | Prof. Detlef Nolte, GIGA Institut für Lateinamerika-Studien

16. Mai 2019
19:15 – 20:30

Veranstaltungsort:

FAU, Findelgasse 9, Raum 2.024