Workshop on "Global Governance: Asia & the New World Order"
S.T. LEE PROJECT ON GLOBAL GOVERNANCE
Co-Hosted by Brookings-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy
December 12-13, 2010
Dr. Amitav Acharya speaks at Global Governance Workshop
The S.T. Lee Project on Global Governance, a research initiative of the Centre Asia and Globalization at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in National University of Singapore, held the Workshop on Global Governance: Asia & the New World Order. This workshop was co-hosted by the Brookings-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy and took place in Beijing, China on December 12-13, 2010. The findings of the S.T. Lee Project were presented. The opening session analyzed ‘Global Governance: Asia and the New World Order & the initial findings of the S.T. Lee Project on Global Governance’. This session was presented to students at Tsinghua University. Session I focused on ‘Global Governance; Asia and the New World Order’. Session II discussed ‘Empirical Evidence: Findings of the S.T. Lee Project and Beyond’. Session III examined ‘Where is Global Governance Heading? Global Governance in the post G-20 Korea and Cancun Climate Negotiations’. Session IV, the final session, provided an in-depth discussion on ‘Global Governance Innovations, International Relations Thinking, and Next Steps’. The agenda for this workshop and "Asian Approaches to International Order and Global Governance: Conflict and Convergence", a background paper prepared by Dr. Amitav Acharya are available below.