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The 6th Global China Dialogue (GCD VI) was held in London on 6 December 2019. It brought thoughter around 30 speakers, consisting of academics, professionals, practitioners and officials, and more than 100 participants from China, Jordan, Nigeria, France, Germany, Denmark and the UK. It highlighted crucial settings for the international cooperation that is required for reform to take place, based on the resolution of long-standing conflicts.
Keeping to the format of previous GCDs, GCD VI held four panel sessions in one day, allowing short presentations and ample time for Q & A . Each session had a balanced panel of one or two Chinese and two or three participants from the rest of the world. The GCD VI panels were:
Each presentation or discussion involved a very different scenario, and each conformed to the Chinese ‘red line’: no interference in the internal affairs of another country. However, any reform of global governance inevitably calls for understanding of the internal affairs of other countries. This conundrum was at the heart of the GCD VI debates.
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The GCD VI Programme is available in three formats: English and Chinese versions, and a dual-language version. Click the button below to download English version.
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