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XXVIII China Analysis Group Meeting: The role of the Middle Powers in a Global Order Marked by the China-US Rivalry

The XXVIII China Analysis Group Meeting Report presents the speakers’ reflections on the present relations between China and the United States, and on the role of middle powers in a multipolar international order marked by a rivalry between the two powers.

The document analyses the way in which this rivalry unfolds in regions such as the Middle East, , the current American and Chinese strategies towards each other, the way in which middle powers position themselves in this context, and the perspectives of a changing international order.

The XXVIII China Analysis Group Meeting Report presents the speakers’ reflections on the present relations between China and the United States, and on the role of middle powers in a multipolar international order marked by a rivalry between the two powers.

The document analyses the way in which this rivalry unfolds in regions such as the Middle East, , the current American and Chinese strategies towards each other, the way in which middle powers position themselves in this context, and the perspectives of a changing international order.

Participants in this publication

Marcos Caramuru
International Advisory Board

Former Ambassador of Brazil to the People's Republic of China

Philip Yang
Senior Fellow

Founder of URBEM

Guo Jie
Associate Professor at the School of International Studies at Beijing University

Jaime Spitzcovsky
Member of the International Conjuncture Analysis Group at the University of São Paulo (USP)

Columnist for Folha de S.Paulo

Kamila Aben Athar
International Analyst

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