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The Annual Paul Chung Memorial Lecture presented by the Pacific Asian Management Institute (PAMI) of the Shidler College of Business at the University of Hawaii
Panelists include University of Colorado Denver’s Professor of Communication and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Stephen Hartnett
Friday, September 10, 2021
2:00 pm (Mountain Time)
Zoom link will be provided upon registration
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About the webinar:
China’s increasing nationalism, in words and deeds, have given the world cause for concern. China’s moves threaten Taiwan’s airspace and possibly its independence. Impositions over governance in Hong Kong have been discouraging. Contention over strategic islands and waterways in the South China Sea have left Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Brunei wondering about the safety of commerce and their borders. Oppression in Xinjiang threatens to enflame Western China. Border skirmishes in the Himalayas have raised tensions with India. Tit-for-tat tariffs and accusations have aggravated relations with Australia. Recognizing the implications of the mega Belt and Road Initiative, Europe struggles to evolve policies on Chinese imports, while America worries that its international leadership is fading. In an age of globalization, where goods, people and human ideas and aspirations are meant to flow freely, China’s unrestrained ambitions are raising eyebrows everywhere. This Distinguished Lecture will therefore ask: How has this nationalism changed the prospects for collaboration? And how can business people, scholars, and political officials find positive pathways to deal with this new China?
The University of Colorado Denver’s own Professor of Communication and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Stephen Hartnett, will be a panelist in the discussion.
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