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        1. 學術


          編輯:蘇超 來源:公共管理學院 時間:2019年05月16日 訪問次數:328  源地址


          Will there be a “New Cold War”

          between the US and China?


          Time: 20 May 2019 (Monday) 13:30-15:00


          Add: Room 250, Mengminwei Building, Zijingang Campus


          Hosted by: Department of Political Science, School of Public Affairs


          Lecturer: Prof. Odd Arne Westad, Harvard University

          文安立(Odd Arne Westad)教授是美國哈佛大學美亞關系S.T. Lee教授(the S.T. Lee Professor of U.S.-Asia Relations)、哈佛大學肯尼迪政府學院教授,是全世界公認的冷戰史和當代東亞史權威專家,他的The Global Cold War: Third World Interventions and the Making of Our Times一書獲得全球著名班克羅夫特獎。文安立教授曾任挪威諾貝爾研究所研究部主任,在倫敦政治經濟學院國際關系學院創立過冷戰研究中心,是《冷戰史》主編以及多卷本《劍橋國際冷戰史》主編之一。他的《不安分的帝國:1750年以來的中國和世界》一書和“中國要學習當大國”等觀點近年也引起西方學術界的高度關注。


          Recently, there has been much speculation about whether another Cold War between East and West is coming. But are we really returning to the past?The Cold War, at its core was an ideological contest between capitalism and socialism that had been going on throughout the twentieth century, with each side fervently dedicated to its system of economics and governance. Today’s international affairs are in large part murky and challenging, but they are a far cry from Cold War absolutes. Yet, increasing tensions between the US and China is causing great concern among academics and policy-makers. Nowadays, China believes that its unprecedented economic growth has given it the status of a predominant power, and many Chinese believe China is free to act on its own behalf now. While the situation is more complicated than what people used to think. When ideology is no longer the main determinant and nationalism is on the rise. What will happen to the world structure? What will happen to Sino-US relations? Are rising US tensions with China signs of a return to the Cold War? Professor Arne Westad, a prominent expert of Cold War history from Harvard University will examine the historical origins of US-China relations, and to show how perceived lessons from the past will influences thinking about the present, and the future.