The Round Table on the Implications of the 19th Chinese Communist Party Congress that took place this Friday, November 3, from 10 AM through Noon U.S. East Coast Time, provided an opportunity for a global audience to consider, as a preliminary matter, the nature and character of the important development of Chinese political theory and its consequences for policy, the state and China's international engagements. Links to Conference materials and original sources form the 19th CPC Congress may be accessed from the Conference Web Site (access here).
My thanks again to the group of scholars from China, the U.K. the U.S. and Italy who provided a lively and quite diverse set of impressions of critical aspects of the 19th CPC Congress. My thanks as well to the conference sponsors, Penn State Law, Penn State School of International Affairs, the Coalition for Peace & Ethics (which organized the event), and the Foundation for Law and International Affairs.
I am happy to report that our video-recording of the Round Table has just been posted to Penn State's website. This post includes the link to the video recording which may be ACCESSED HERE.
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