UGEC2531 Chinese Foreign Policy
|Course||UGEC2531 Chinese Foreign Policy||
Mr. Mark Sheldon
Acclaimed lecturer of CUHK’s exchange programme for more than 30 years, specialising in Chinese foreign relations, and Chinese and Hong Kong politics.
|Teacher||Mr. Mark Sheldon
Former Director, Hong Kong Office, Yale-China Association
Honorary Lecturer, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
|Course Description||Analytic study of motivations, objectives, means, manifestations and consequences of Chinese foreign policy. Discussion of Chinese foreign policy-making apparatus, procedures and styles. China’s role in the contemporary world and outstanding foreign policy problems facing China.|
|Remark(s)||UGEC2531 is double-coded with GPAD2350.
Not for Government and Public Administration Majors and CUHK students who have taken GPAD2350.
Co-requisite: UGFH1000 or UGFN1000 (only applicable to CUHK students admitted to the 4-year curriculum).