Theme Panel: Who Supports—and Opposes—the Liberal International Order?

Who Supports—and Opposes—the Liberal International Order?

Thursday, August 29, 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Participants:
(Chair) Carla Norrlof, University of Toronto; (Discussant) Nita Rudra, Georgetown University; Iain Osgood, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Miles Kahler, American University; Carla Norrlof, University of Toronto; Cheng Xu, University of Toronto; Kristen Hopewell

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  1. This post-WWII world order is now being challenged by the autocracies of China, Russia, and Iran and their proxies in North Korea, Syria, and Venezuela. What is telling is that China, Russia, and Iran have significant historical and Ideological conflicts, but these are superseded by their common bond of autocratic control of power. Their common desire is to replace the Western liberal tradition with a new type of world order and to remake the global balance of power.

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