On Chinese Non-Interventionism” “

“On Chinese Non-Interventionism”
Dr.Yeophantong advocates a vision of “global governance” based
not on the creation of universalizing norms and values via modes
of governmentality, but on the acceptance of diversity and the
legitimacy of difference. According to her, Chinese thinking on
governability presents an alternative view of how governance at
the interstate level ought to be exercised, going beyond prevailing
practices and discourses of global governance as premised upon
liberal governmentality.
by Dr. Pichamon May
University of Oxford
University of New South Wales
Assistant Professor (Lecturer), International Relations and Development,
University of New South Wales, Sydney; Research Associate, Global
Economic Governance Program, University of Oxford
Date……. Thursday, November 6th, 2014
Time……. 14:00-15:30
Venue….. Room A101
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
University of Tsukuba
Contact: Institute for Comparative
Research in Human and Social
Phone: 029-853-4411 (ext. 4411)
Web: http://icrhs.tsukuba.ac.jp/