The Dawning of a New Global Order? Germany and China in the Trump Era
It has become apparent during the last few months that the unexpected election of Donald Trump has left a vacuum in global affairs. China is attempting to fill this vacuum while Germany is being pushed to become more active in international affairs. This seminar considers the global consequences of Trump's foreign policy and analyses the complex relationship between Germany and China in the political and economic realm to cope with a rapidly changing world.
The Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies together with the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies are pleased to host Professor Klaus Larres at the University of Melbourne. Professor Larres is the Richard M Krasno Distinguished Professor of History and International Affairs at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Professor Klaus Larres, University of North Carolina
Professor Klaus Larres
University of North Carolina
Klaus Larres is the Richard M Krasno Distinguished Professor of History and International Affairs at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is a Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies (IAS) in Princeton, NJ. He is a nonresidential Fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations at Johns Hopkins University/SAIS in Washington, DC. He also is a Visiting Professor at Tongji University in Shanghai and Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. He is the former holder of the Henry Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC, the Clifford Hackett Visiting Professor at Yale, and an adviser on the U.S. and China for the German government. Larres has published widely on the Cold War, postCold War geopolitics, U.S. foreign policy, transatlantic relations, European integration, and the complex interactions that shape the triangle USEU/GermanyChina.