WELLINGTON: Power shifts and the international order in East Asia
Wednesday, 11 March 2020 5:40pm - 6:40pm
GBLT2, Government Building, Pipitea Campus, Stout Street, Wellington

SPEAKER: Professor Xiaoming Huang, Professor of International Relations at Victoria University of Wellington

An international authority on East Asian politics, political economy, and international relations, Professor Huang teaches political science and international relations at Victoria University of Wellington. 

Professor Huang is the founding Director of New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre; was an editor of International Studies Perspectives; has been an active contributor to the New Zealand public policy sector on Asian policy, and a principal organizer of teaching, research and analysis on China and East Asia at New Zealand universities; and has engaged with governments and international and regional organizations and wider community for advice on China and East Asian politics, political economy and international relations. 

Professor Huang has published extensively in these areas. His latest book, International Relations of East Asia: Structures, Institutions, and International Order, is just published by MacMillan in 2019 for global readership and university learning.

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