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University hosts international governance forum | Updated: 2016-07-20 16:41

An international forum on global affairs was held in the University of International Business and Economy, Beijing, on July 9.

Scholars from universities of the US, France, Singapore and other countries discussed issues on global governance at the 5th UIBE International Affairs Summer Forum.

Scholars presented their ideas from four perspectives – the development of state and governance theories, international experiences of governance, the new development of China's governance, and the governance of China and its international implications.

Professor James Deshaw Rae from California State University, Sacramento, challenged the notion of a singular narrative of global governance by a monolithic international community and described how emerging economies and major powers may both participate in and dissent from this order.

Independent government advisor Soeren Villadsen introduced the welfare policies in China and Europe and said that while the European welfare policies are facing serious crises, China is developing new and more advanced welfare policies.

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